As a young boy David McCue witnessed the bombing of the north of England in 1940. He attended grammar school and later worked as a soldier in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, Eritrea and Egypt. Eventually he returned to Africa as a police officer, serving in the Northern Rhodesia Police Force. His specialism in sudden, suspicious and unnatural deaths earned him the nickname "the bodies man”.
The Bodies Man explores a number of interesting and sometimes upsetting cases that he encountered during his career and is set against the backdrop of a turbulent Northern Rhodesia on its way to becoming self-governing Zambia.
|Publisher:||Silverwood Books Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)|
About the Author
In 1967 he retired from his position as Detective Chief Inspector in charge of CID Lusaka Central and returned to England. David gained a degree in education at Manchester University, married and spent the remainder of his working life teaching in the largest junior school in Trafford, where he was quickly promoted to deputy head teacher. In 1994 a specialist informed him that he had less than nine months left to live. He retired from teaching, but obviously he is still here!