by Judy Melinek and T.J. Mitchell
Hardcover, 258 pages, Simon & Schuster, List Price: $25 |
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A New York City forensic pathologist describes her experiences working as a medical examiner during the events of September 11, the subsequent anthrax attack, and the plane crash of Flight 587.
August 17, 2014 Forget what CSI told you about the job: It's less about solving crimes and more about accidents. Judy Melinek hopes to paint a more accurate picture of the profession in her new book, Working Stiff.
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