Jan 27, 2021
Before there was CSI, there was Bernard Spilsbury.
No major spoilers about clues or endings in this episode. However, there is some mention or discussion of the books listed below. Please be aware there is a brief mention of suicide at the end.
Sources and further information:
— Taylor’s Principles and Practice of Medical Jurisprudence by Alfred Swaine Taylor
— Busman’s Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers
— The Poisoned Chocolates Case by Anthony Berkeley
— The Red Thumb Mark by R. Austin Freeman
— The Magnificent Spilsbury and the Case of the Brides in the Bath by Jane Robbins
— Some Cases of Sir Bernard Spilsbury and Others : Death Under The Microscope by Harold Dearden
— Bernard Spilsbury: His Life and Cases by Douglas G. Browne and E.V. Tullett
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