Pathologist And Physician, Dr Anya Crichton Does Not Just Examine The Dead She Also Treats Survivors Of Sexual Assault, And The Women She Now Sees Compel Her To Follow The Trail Of A Violent Serial Rapist Who Is Becoming Brutal With Each Attack When Two New Victims Are Stabbed To Death, Suspicion Immediately Falls On Geoffrey Willard, Recently Released From Twenty Years In Prison For The Vicious Rape And Murder Of A Teenage Girl As Download Epub Format ñ Without Consent PDF by É Kathryn Fox The Community Demands Justice, Anya Faces The Greatest Ethical Dilemma Of Her Career If Willard Is Innocent, Her Forensic Evidence Will Destroy A Respected Pathologist S Reputation If Anya Is Wrong, She Has Ensured Not Only That A Seasoned Killer Goes Free, But That He Remains Unstoppable Only The Killer Knows A Mistake Has Been Made One That Is About To Prove Fatal
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Book 2 in the Dr Anya Crichton series.
Book one Malicious Intent was a great read but this is even better.
Dr Crichton is just one of those character that you can t help gravitating to As a pathologist and forensic physician working with rape victims she is a passionate scientist and is caring and empathetic with her highly traumatised patients.
The subject matter is rape and is very confronting, so this book is not for the faint hearted.
In the first book I found the medical terminology a bit daunting but not so daunting in his book, which was good.
Twenty years ago Geoffrey Willard was accused and subsequently sentenced to twenty year in prison for the rape and murder of a young woman It is now twenty years later and he has just been released from prison.
Rape victims, with injuries that are consistent with what happened twenty years ago, st This is book 2 in the Anya Chrichton series and I thought it was just that much better than the first, which to me was good, but a little cheesy in places So hopefully they will just keep getting better.
Although this one deals with the dreadful crime of rape, it is not too graphic as to be confrontational and is even somewhat edifying in the ways that this subject is treated by both the victims and the systemand to some extent, the general public.
The book flowed nicely and had some real surprises toward the end which I hadn t guessed atso it was not as predictable as first impressions would have suggested I liked it enough to want to continue reading this series and I gave it 4 s