Here's part of the teaser from Abbott Press re: the book just released by former Kootenai County Coroner Bob West, "It Can (And Does) Happen Here": When a loved one dies in a mysterious manner, we rely on coroners and medical examiners to tell us what happened. The stakes are high: Coroners seek justice for the dead, exoneration for the wrongfully accused, and closure for the families of victims. They are always on call and work closely with law enforcement. Author Robert S. West, who served as a physician-coroner in rural Kootenai County, Idaho, from 1970 to 2011, delves into the challenges he faced on the job. While he often lacked resources, he always did the best he could to serve his community, solving numerous mysteries using the tactics of forensic medicine. Dr. West also explores the shortcomings of the coroner/medical examiner system and how it can be improved. More here.
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