First Blood

First Blood

by Claire Rayner
     
 

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The first installment in a pathological murder mystery series featuring Claire Rayner’s sensationally scalpel-minded heroine, Dr. George Barnabas—the new pathologist at a big inner city hospital. She is also a police surgeon - and the first woman to hold either post—combining ingenious crime and detection with a lively medical background, an

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The first installment in a pathological murder mystery series featuring Claire Rayner’s sensationally scalpel-minded heroine, Dr. George Barnabas—the new pathologist at a big inner city hospital. She is also a police surgeon - and the first woman to hold either post—combining ingenious crime and detection with a lively medical background, an intelligent, spirited heroine and a large and thoroughly engaging cast of characters
First Blood gives us the very best of author Claire Rayner. It is the first book in a mystery series that combines ingenious crime and detection with a lively medical background, an intelligent, spirited heroine and a large and thoroughly engaging cast of characters. It will increase this popular novelist’s readership yet further.

Editorial Reviews

UK Sunday Express
That George Barnabas is a woman is just the first twist in this taut and fraught investigation.

Cosmopolitan Magazine
The new man in pathology is a woman—Dr George Barnabas, scalpel-minded heroine of Claire Rayner's chilling medical murder mystery.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781849821162
Publisher:
MP Publishing Ltd
Publication date:
10/11/2011
Pages:
372
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.00(d)

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Meet the Author

Claire Rayner (1931–2010) had a long and varied career. As a journalist she contributed to many popular magazines and also had work published in professional journals, including The Lancet and Nursing Times.

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