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|Statement||by Gerald Cumberland [pseud.]|
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The Poisoner’s Handbook details the work of New York City’s first scientifically trained medical examiner, Charles Norris, and his partner, Alexander Gettler, the city’s first toxicologist. It offers an insider’s view of how forensic science really works by walking readers through their investigations into notorious and mysterious poisonings.
The rollicking story of the creation of modern forensic science by New York researchers during the Prohibition era. Pulitzer Prize winner Blum (Science Journalism/Univ. of Wisconsin; Ghost Hunters: William James and the Search for Scientific Proof of Life After Death,etc.) focuses on two main s Norris became chief medical examiner of New York City following an era of.
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This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of The Poisoner by Stephen Bates. British author Stephen Bates’s history book, The Poisoner: The Life and Times of Victorian England’s Most Notorious Doctor (), tells the story of Dr.
William Palmer, who in was hanged for poisoning his gambling companion John Cook in. The Poisoner's Handbook is the widely praised, riveting story of two unsung heroes of Jazz-Age New York, a pair of scientists fighting both to catch killers and create the science of forensic detection.
A national best-seller, named by Amazon as one of the top books ofthe book has been optioned by PBS and translated into numerous. Sprightly look at the parochial midth-century England that produced an infamous serial poisoner. Guardian journalist Bates (The Photographer’s Boy,etc.) displays his fine understanding of Charles Dickens’ world in his portrayal of roguish, wayward Dr.
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You may wonder why a blog dedicated to improving health is recommending a book about. Deborah Blum - The Poisoner's Handbook. The details of those deaths made it obvious that carbon monoxide does not discriminate in its victims.4/5(32).The bestselling author of All the Shah’s Men and The Brothers tells the astonishing story of the man who oversaw the CIA’s secret drug and mind-control experiments of the s and ’60s.
The visionary chemist Sidney Gottlieb was the CIA’s master magician and gentlehearted torturer—the agency’s “poisoner in chief.”. “The Poisoner’s Handbook” ebook structured like a collection of linked short stories.
Each chapter centers on a mysterious death by poison that Norris and Gettler investigate, but the reader Author: Elyssa East.