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Unnatural Causes: 'An absolutely brilliant book. I really recommend it, I don't often say that'Jeremy Vine, BBC Radio 2 Thoughtful, Revealing, Chilling And Always Unputdownable, Unnatural Causes Is The True Crime Book Of The Year If You Liked This Is Going To Hurt, War Doctor And All That Remains You Ll Love This One Of The Most Fascinating Books I Have Read In A Long Time Engrossing, A Haunting Page Turner A Book I Could Not Put Down The TimesDAILY MAIL BEST SUMMER BOOKS Meet The Forensic Pathologist, Dr Richard Shepherd A Detective In His Own Right, He Must Solve The Mystery Of Sudden And Unexplained Deaths He Has Performed Over , Autopsies, Including Some Of The Most High Profile Cases Of Recent Times The Hungerford Massacre, The Princess Diana Inquiry, And He Has Faced Serial Killers, Natural Disaster, Perfect Murders And Freak Accidents His Evidence Has Put Killers Behind Bars, Freed The Innocent, And Turned Open And Shut Cases On Their Heads Yet All This Has Come At A Huge Personal Cost Unnatural Causes Tells The Story Of Not Only The Cases And Bodies That Have Haunted Him The Most, But Also How To Live A Life Steeped In Death A Deeply Mesmerising Memoir Of Forensic Pathology Human And Fascinating Nigella Lawson Gripping, Grimly Fascinating, And I Suspect I Ll Read It At Least Twice Evening StandardIncluded In The Times Books Of The Year Puts The Reader At His Elbow As He Wields The Scalpel Guardian Fascinating, Gruesome Yet Engrossing Richard And Judy, Daily Express Heart Wrenchingly Honest Professor Sue Black, Author Of All That RemainsFascinating, Insightful, Candid, Compassionate Observer

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7 thoughts on “Unnatural Causes: 'An absolutely brilliant book. I really recommend it, I don't often say that'Jeremy Vine, BBC Radio 2

  1. says:

    I heard about this book when Jeremy Vine interviewed Richard Shepherd on his Radio 2 programme and was blown away by the discussion, so I immediately ordered a copy what a good decision that was Knowing very little about forensic pathology apart from what I d picked up on BBC TV s Silent Witness t

  2. says:

    This is the endearingly honest biography of a man who has spent his life cutting up dead people to find out how they died Difficult to read in parts, Doctor Shepherd s professionalism and his evident passion for his job make this book fascinating rather than macabre.He talks about his famous cases Diana,

  3. says:

    Having had the pleasure of assisting you with note taking during my time in the police, you have always been a pleasure to work for Nothing is too much trouble for you You and your wife are very highly thought of by both myself and former colleagues I wish you all the best.

  4. says:

    What a great read his was a perfect blend of the two types of books I regularly read I am an avid reader of grisly crime reads such as Martina Cole or Jessie Keane but I also enjoy a good autobiography as I enjoy the aspect of reality that they bring, especially read by the author themselves It must have taken a lot to bare

  5. says:

    I spent time learning from Dr Shepherd during UK DVI training without knowing much of the background he pulls out in this book Clearly his approach to talking to people during post mortem procedures had become finely tuned as he was able to impart information to a non medically qualified person in away that helped to assuage any fea

  6. says:

    This is an eminently readable account of the life of a forensic pathologist Dr Shepherd balances his professional work with the effect on his marriage and his personal life and thus the reader gets to know him as a person, as a human being The personal details are important as they make the autobiography rounded, offsetting the cut and thru

  7. says:

    So I had this book recommended to me by another medical colleague who raved about the honesty and openness of the author and this juxtaposition with his scientific insight and knowledge I have to say that I found his writing smug and somewhat arrogant in that he seemed always to have thought about critical difficulties ahead of them happening such as

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