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A city, its coroner, his court and a suspcious death. The compelling new novel from the No.1 Irish bestselling author of Betrayal. Dr Mike Wilson is a pathologist with a troubled past and a naturally suspicious mind. As the new Dublin city coroner, he is used to investigating violent, unusual or unexplained deaths. But one case worries Mike. A lot. Patrick Dowling was found hanging in woodland late the previous year. The investigation ended the moment the autopsy result was announced. Suicide. Dowling had been a drug addict with poor life expectancy. Case closed. Then Mike discovers that Dowling's file was on a previous coroner's desk. A man who was shot dead by an unknown gunman. Coincidence? Mike doesn't think so. But as Mike digs deeper, his life comes under threat. Then he and his family are attacked. Just how far is he prepared to go to uncover the truth?
|Publication date:||26th September 2013|
|Publisher:||Century an imprint of Cornerstone|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Crime & mystery,|
Paul Carson is a medical doctor and writer. He has published fifteen works (seven health books, two children's novels and now with Inquest, six thrillers). He is an Irish Times No.1 bestseller and his works have been translated into twenty languages. Paul contributes to a wide range of publications, including The Sunday Times and the Irish Times. He is married and lives in south Dublin. To find out more visit www.paulcarson.ieMore About Paul Carson