A Feast of Carrion by Keith McCarthy. Published by Endeavour

Student Nikki Exner has been found brutally murdered, drawn and quartered. The professors at the college Nikki attended are horrified and former forensic pathologist John Eisenmenger gets drawn into the complexities of the case. The police seem sure they know who the killer is, but John believes their reasoning is flawed. He teams up with attorney Helena Flemming to uncover the truth, but police officer Beverly Wharton is not about to have her detecting skills questioned. It’s so exciting to come across a new author that ticks all the boxes. McCarthy is a master at creating suspense and a complex plot


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