Pathology is not a well-understood medical specialty. This book offers readers a taste of what most pathologists do on a daily basis and combines that with a story of greed, romance, sex and murder.
Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) May 09, 2013
Author Jane Bennett Munro brings readers back into the life of Dr. Toni Day in her second murder mystery Too Much Blood.
In Munro’s novel, a sequel to Murder Under the Microscope, Day once again becomes the center of a complicated web of deception and murder.
Underlying themes of questionable investment strategies, financial scams and relationships between medical professionals help to create a novel that is much more than just a murder mystery.
A sleazy lawyer who conned Day’s entire medical staff into a Ponzi scheme is murdered and Day must perform his autopsy. With a series of house fires, multiple killings and a mysterious illness, Day must use her pathological expertise to unmask a killer and rescue herself and everyone she loves from a bloody death.
Using her background and experience, Munro hopes to entertain readers while giving an inside look into the nature of her career.
“Pathology is not a well-understood medical specialty,” said Munro. “This book offers readers a taste of what most pathologists do on a daily basis and combines that with a story of greed, romance, sex and murder.”
Too Much Blood
By: Jane Bennett Munro
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About the Author:
Jane Bennett Munro is a hospital-based pathologist who has been involved in several forensic cases over the course of her thirty-three year career. Now semiretired, she lives in Twin Falls, Idaho, where she enjoys music, gardening and skiing. She is also the author of Murder Under the Microscope.