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  • Hardcover
  • 400
  • Unnatural Causes
  • Richard Shepherd
  • English
  • 09 October 2019
  • 9780718182717
Unnatural Causes

Summary ↠ Unnatural Causes 106 E the most perplexing intriguing and even bizarre In or out of the public eye his evidence has put killers behind bars freed the innocent and turned open and shut cases on their headsBut a life in death bearing witness to some of humanity's darkest corners exacts a price and Shepherd doesn't flinch from counting the cost to him and his family My PTSD is not caused by any particular one of the 23000 bodies on which I have performed post mortems And it is not caused by all of them It is not caused by any particular disaster I have been involved in clearing up And it is not caused by all of them It is caused in its entirety by a lifetime of bearing first hand witness to on behalf of everyone courts relatives public society man s inhumanity to man Will review later Listening Woman by Tony Hillerman Summary & Study Guide up And it is not caused by all of them It is caused in its entirety by a lifetime of bearing first hand witness to on behalf of everyone courts relatives public society man s inhumanity to man Will review later

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Summary ↠ Unnatural Causes 106 As the UK's top forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd has spent a lifetime uncovering the secrets of the dead When death is sudden or unexplained it falls to Shepherd to establish the cause Each post mortem is a detective story in its own right and Shepherd has performed over 23000 of them Through his skill dedication and insight Dr Shephe Dr Richard Shepherd writes a fascinating and riveting blend of autobiography and memoir about his time as a top forensic pathologist in Britain He has been involved in too many to count headlining criminal cases disasters and terrorist incidents in recent British history He has carried out almost 25000 post mortems a head spinning number in his search to determine the truth of how a person died The nature of truth itself is a complex and complicated beast that he has to tussle with Given the nature of his profession it is inevitable there are plenty of grisly aspects to his job and to be honest I completely respect Shepherd he does a job I could not ever imagine wanting to do I just would not be able to handle it particularly given the close encounters with the dead on almost a every day basis through all those years And he himself is not left untouched as he provides insights into his personal life the emotional wear and tear and the toll it takes on his mental health and the impact on his family I was surprised just how wide ranging aspects of his work are including the need to be so well acuainted with extensive parts of the law This is an insightful book I was hugely impressed with Dr Richard Shepherd his compassion his dedication determination and using his expertise to act as a advocate for the dead This is for true crime aficionados and crime fiction fans alike its eye opening and knowledgeable about forensic pathology providing real life clarity and written in a easy to read style Many thanks to Penguin Michael Joseph for an ARC

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Summary ↠ Unnatural Causes 106 Rd solves the puzzle to answer our most pressing uestion how did this person dieFrom serial killer to natural disaster 'perfect murder' to freak accident Shepherd takes nothing for granted in pursuit of truth And while he's been involved in some of the most high profile cases of recent times it's often the less well known encounters that prov This book was so fascinating Part autobiography part memoir Unnatural causes is about Dr Shepard s life and his work including high profile criminal cases and mass disasters The writing was excellent Dr Shepard describes everything in detail in a way that everyone can understand and not just in medical jargon I loved this book I ll admit I didn t really much about what forensic pathologists do so this work was a real eye opener into all that they do it s a lot than just autopsies I d recommend to anyone who enjoys doctor memoirs this one is just of a slightly different kind Encounters with Rauschenberg uestion how did this person dieFrom serial killer to natural disaster 'perfect murder' to freak accident Shepherd takes nothing for granted in pursuit of truth And while he's been involved in some of the most high profile cases of recent times it's often the less well known encounters that prov This book was so fascinating Part autobiography part memoir Unnatural causes is about Dr Shepard s life and his work including high profile criminal cases and mass disasters The writing was excellent Dr Shepard describes everything in detail in a way that everyone can Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries understand and not just in medical jargon I loved this book I ll admit I didn t really much about what forensic pathologists do so this work was a real eye opener into all that they do it s a lot than just autopsies I d recommend to anyone who enjoys doctor memoirs this one is just of a slightly different kind