Angel of Death: A Forensic Mystery

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Penguin, Feb 28, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
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Being a coroner’s assistant means that Cameryn has seen more gore than your average seventeen-year-old. But even Cammie is shocked when Kyle O’Neil, the most popular guy in school, discovers the gruesome corpse of their English teacher murdered in his own bed. As Cammie gets involved in the case, she finds herself drawn to Kyle, and considers trusting him with the secret that she can’t even tell her father. But when their relationship starts to move toward romance, the struggle to solve the case of her teacher’s death intensifies. Will Cameryn be too preoccupied to identify the killer in time?

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User Review  - daatwood - LibraryThing

I give kudos to Alane Ferguson for her painstaking research that allowed her to describe an autopsy in such a graphic way that I felt I was standing in the room with the main characters. I question ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kirstin2015 - LibraryThing

Cameryn is a teenager who lives in a small town named Silverton. Her father is the town's coroner and she is his assistant. The Angel of Death is about what happens when Cameryn's dad gets a call ... Read full review

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Alane Ferguson lives with her family near the foothills of the Colorado Rockies.

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