Morgue By Dr. Vincent DiMaio & Ron Franscell


"Morgue, A Life In Death" by Dr. Vincent DiMaio & Ron Franscell is book about being a forensic pathologist and the details in cases that a normal person may miss.  The authors bring up still famous deaths we know about today and others that are not so well known.  This book is not for people with a weak stomach as it is very graphic on the details found during an autopsy.  I will admit that does not bother me as I am always intrigued by how a mortician or forensic pathologists can figure out how someone died by an autopsy.  It is a field of study that I am always eager to learn more about.  This book did not disappoint in my thirst for unique knowledge.  I think one of the sections that I liked the most was his chapter on when they dug up Lee Harvey Oswald's body to verify it was him that was dead in the grave.  Also another section I really liked was the authors thoughts on Van Gogh's death of suicide as I am fan of Van Gogh's art.  If you are intrigued by this type of work and don't mind the graphic nature of it then I highly recommend this book.

I was given this book from Net Galley for my honest review and was not required to give a positive review.

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  1. Sounds really good. Have you read Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers? Excellent and fascinating stuff!

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    1. Not yet that one is on my list to read one day. You should check out one of my favorite you-tubers Ask A Mortician she has a very unique outlook on death.

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    2. Sounds intriguing! Let me know if you ever want to borrow Stiff. It's a fun read. I looked this title up and it's not available yet. If your copy is up for borrow or purchase, let me know. I'd love to read it!

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