Readers of Jay Dix's novel Deadly Deceit will easily turn into helpless voyeurs of Dr. Mark Jamison's world. As a well-respected, veteran forensic pathologist, Dr. Jamison's professional reputation was built on piecing together the puzzles left by death. When the husband of an ex-lover is killed in an accident, Dr. Jamison compromises his ethics for an old flame. But what he doesn't know is that he walked right into a web of deceit and betrayal that will test his strength and threaten his moral character. Now faced with the daunting task of piecing his own life back together, Dr. Jamison is a man determined to rectify his life and his reputation.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.46" Width: 4.8" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Publisher Greenleaf Book Group
ISBN 1929774095 ISBN13 9781929774098
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More About Jay Dix
Dix is a board-certified forensic pathologist who has been performing autopsies and death scene investigations for over twenty years. He trained at the University of Missouri-Columbia and the Hamilton County Coroner's Office in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has been the medical examiner for a brief stint as the Deputy Chief Medical Examiner for New York City. He teaches forensic pathology to medical students and residents and has a class in forensic pathology and death investigation for undergraduate and graduate students.
Jay Dix has an academic affiliation as follows - Medical Examiner, Boone County & University of Missouri School of Medi.
Reviews - What do customers think about Deadly Deceit?
Once you start reading this, you won't want to put it down! Aug 15, 2002
What a wonderful book for anyone interested in forensic pathology, forensic science, criminalistics, or anyone who likes a good mystery. Wonderfully described characters, whom you empathize with from the start. Detailed plot that makes the reader not want to put the book down. I would recommend this book to everyone. This is actually Dr. Dix's sophomore book, not his frosh.
Dr. Dix's frosh novel is GREAT! Apr 3, 2002
This was a very entertaining read, and a great job a former professor of mine. Dr. Dix teaches in the medical school at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and his wry sense of humor and entertaining presentations are reflected in this very enjoyable book. I would recommend it to any lover of mystery and "forensic slueth" type novels - Kay Scarpetta fans must check this one out !!! Good Job Prof., I give you an A+ on this one.