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Post-Mortem: Justice at Last for Yvette Budram [NOOK Book]

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A jogger is running near the perimeter of the African Lion Safari theme park in southern Ontario when he stumbles across a near-mummified skeleton in a field. The skeletal remains are studied at the Hamilton morgue by a forensic pathologist, a forensic anthropologist, and a forensic entomologist (known as the bug lady). The victim is female, non-Caucasian. But who is she? Enter Hamilton homicide investigator Paul Lahaie and his team. During the investigation, a forensic detective hits upon the secret to cracking ...

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Post-Mortem: Justice at Last for Yvette Budram

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Overview

A jogger is running near the perimeter of the African Lion Safari theme park in southern Ontario when he stumbles across a near-mummified skeleton in a field. The skeletal remains are studied at the Hamilton morgue by a forensic pathologist, a forensic anthropologist, and a forensic entomologist (known as the bug lady). The victim is female, non-Caucasian. But who is she? Enter Hamilton homicide investigator Paul Lahaie and his team. During the investigation, a forensic detective hits upon the secret to cracking the identity of the dead woman: Yvette Budram, a woman from Guyana who emigrated to Canada and married a man named Mohan Ramkissoon. Detectives search Mohan and Yvettes Mississauga house. They find a hole cut in the bedroom mattress, and blood residue around it—Yvettes blood. This CSI-style story is wrapped up in court with a surprising revelation from a jail cell. There was justice at last for Yvette Budram.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781443430081
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Canada
  • Publication date: 11/5/2013
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

JON WELLS reports on crime and a variety of other subjects for The Hamilton Spectator, and he has written seven books. He has won two National Newspaper Awards and sixteen Ontario Newspaper Awards, including Journalist of the Year for his true-crime series on James Kopp. Post-Mortem was shortlisted for an Arthur Ellis Award for best crime non-fiction. Born in Montreal, Wells has a master's degree in journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa. His true-crime research has taken him into forensic laboratories and shooting ranges, and to India, Ireland, France, San Francisco, New York City and western Canada. He has interviewed a half dozen convicted killers in prison. He lives in Hamilton, Ontario.

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