Helena Flemming has fallen out of love with John Eisenmenger and wants their relationship to end. Eisenmenger is devastated and finds solace in returning to his life as a forensic pathologist. His first case reunites him with DI Beverley Wharton; a young petty criminal is found stabbed and the obvious suspect is a man who had threatened to kill him just hours before. There is pressure on Beverley to close the case. However, she is not so keen to follow orders, especially when Eisenmenger discovers that the weapon is a surgical scalpel. With all this going on, the accidental death of a motorcyclist seems trivial, except that the body has one too many organs…
©2009 Keith McCarthy (P)2009 Isis Publishing Ltd
This book is an excellent addition to the series. Narration is "spot on." The whole series would rate five stars as the sum of its parts is grater than its whole (I've given the each of other books 4 stars as I have here). If you enjoy English murder mysteries, try this series.
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