When a mummy is discovered, San Francisco city hires a retired pathologist- turned private investigator- to solve a 47-year murder. Dr. Conner uses forensic science to find a killer, and discoveres that everybody has a skeleton in their closet.
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A Skeleton in the Closet based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
A truly outstanding page-turner, I finished reading it in two days. If you read just one book this year do yourself a favor and make it Mr. Feeney's 'A Skeleton in the Closet.' The only issue I have with this book is that the sequel isn't available yet. You want to own this book!
This is the first book by Feeney. And while it¿s not quite as polished as some other books out there, it¿s a darn good book. The protagonist is a Dr. Connor. He is a former medical examiner who is now teaching college. He also holds a PI license. In this first outing of a series, Dr. Connor is called in to consult on a case that starts with the mummified remains of a woman found in a walled up closet. Through autopsy examination it is discovered that the woman was killed back in the fifties. Teaming up with Detective Donaldson, Dr. Connor investigates the murder. The book twists and turns and leads us through some history of the San Francisco area in search of the killer. The ending was wonderful. I look forward to more books from David Feeney and more of Dr. Connor.