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Unnatural Death by Michael Baden
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Aug 27, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: from-library, non-fiction
Read from September 04 to 18, 2011

The prose is pretty workmanlike here, and I agree with a lot of reviewers who've mentioned that there is little in the way of set up for a lot of the stories. All the same, this is a fascinating account of what it means to be a talented medical examiner. I particularly enjoyed the detective aspect of it: cases where others had drawn the wrong conclusions, and it took someone like Dr. Baden to piece things together and determine what had really occurred.

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