Sue Black isn't afraid of death--she thinks about joining the cadavers at the University of Dundee when she's gone--and Angela Dawe's narration reflects that matter-of-fact attitude. There's even enthusiasm in Dawe's voice as she recounts Black's first memories of dealing with death on the job--working part-time in a butcher shop when she was only 12. Black is a forensic anthropologist with experience in Kosovo and on high-profile cases in Great Britain, and she's also been on British TV. She mentions a few of her well-known cases and projects, but her audiobook is a more general discussion of death. Yes, listeners, that includes the inevitable macabre discussions of corpse medicine and cannibalism, as well as other grisly details. J.A.S. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: MARCH 2019]
Trade Ed. Brilliance Audio 2019
CD ISBN 978-1-7213-8536-2 $37.99 Nine CDs
MP3-CD ISBN 978-1721385386 $22.99 One MP3-CDs
DD ISBN 978-1-7213-8537-9 $29.99
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