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The David Hunter Thrillers: Books 1-3

(A book in the Dr David Hunter series)
An omnibus of novels by

The first three David Hunter crime thrillers, together in one set, featuring the English forensic pathologist and reluctant sleuth.

The Chemistry of Death

After the tragic loss of his wife and daughter, Dr. David Hunter trades his gritty career in criminal forensics in London for the village of Manham and the peaceful life of a country doctor. But a grisly murder and the kidnapping of a friend pull David back into a world he desperately wishes to leave behind . . . 

Written in Bone

When the scorched remains of a body are found on a remote Hebridean island, local police are certain it’s an accidental death. David, however, believes otherwise. As his investigation begins, a catastrophic storm hits the island, taking out the power. With communication cut off from the mainland, a killer is on the prowl . . . 

Whispers of the Dead

David travels across the Atlantic to Tennessee to visit the Body Farm, the research center where he once trained. There, his former mentor asks David to accompany him to a horrific crime scene in a remote cabin. The corpse is unidentifiable, and the evidence is inconclusive. After a second body is found, David wonders if they’re on the trail of an unstoppable maniac . . . 

Praise for the David Hunter Thrillers 

“A nice balance between forensic detail and thrilling action.” —Booklist on The Chemistry of Death 

“Well-drawn characters and a highly atmospheric closed setting, this is a traditional detective . . . updated for modern tastes and with a likable detective.” —The Denver Post on Written in Bone

“This entry reinforces the author’s place in the front rank of forensic crime novelists.” —Publishers Weekly on Whispers of the Dead

Genre: Mystery

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