Cause of Death

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Dutton, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 314 pages
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America's leading forensic pathologist takes a hard new look at many of the deaths that have shocked America--JFK, RFK, Elvis Presley, and others. Wecht is as well-known for his outspokenness as for his uncanny ability to uncover new evidence. Essential reading for anyone interested in medicine, crime, or the truth behind the headlines. Photos.

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Steven A Koehler, MPh, PhD, is head of the Forensic Epidemiological Department at the Allegheny County Coroners Office in Pennsylvania. He teaches epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh.

Cyril H. Wecht, MD, JD, is one of the leading forensic pathologists in the United States. He is the author of several cutting-edge forensic books, including "Grave Secrets" and the highly successful "Crime Scene Investigation," and has frequently appeared on television.

Mark Curriden is the legal affairs writer for "The Dallas Morning News". He lives in Dallas, Texas.

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