Month: June 2016

Forensic Pathologist

INJURED PARTIES, Solving the Murder of Dr Helen DavidsonBowen (494x640) (309x400)

 

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In an interview in 2009 with Prof David Bowen (he was the forensic pathologist who carried out the post mortem on Helen Davidson) he told me he did not reply to a letter from the forensic scientist at the Metropolitan Police Laboratory…about the large piece of burnt wood found at the scene of the crime and believed to be the murder weapon.

A Talk for Amersham Museum

…looking forward to giving my next talk about INJURED PARTIES, Solving the Murder of Dr Helen Davidson.

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The talk is being hosted by Amersham Museum at the market hall in Old Amersham, Bucks.

Talk – How I came to write Injured Parties – Solving the Murder of Dr Helen Davidson

It’s seven years since I gave my last talk there…then it was about Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in the UK. Ruth Ellis new cover jpg (2) (426x640) (333x500)

A lady made contact with me after the talk. As a result I began researching the story about Dr Davidson’s murder. Seven years later INJURED PARTIES was published.

When I read through the list of people who helped me,  in the Acknowledgments section of the book, during those seven years, I still have to pinch myself. I was so lucky to meet them.

More talks about my book are being organised…in Chorleywood, Amersham, Chalfont St Giles and Gerrards Cross.

I hope to see some of my blog readers at the events.