Cause Of Death

Cause Of Death

Geoffrey Garrett / Feb 19, 2020

Cause Of Death Geoffrey Garrett was for over years a Home Office pathologist This volume presents his personal memoirs and chronicles many of his infamous unusual and heartbreaking cases together with a history

  • Title: Cause Of Death
  • Author: Geoffrey Garrett
  • ISBN: 9781841192956
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • Geoffrey Garrett was for over 40 years a Home Office pathologist This volume presents his personal memoirs and chronicles many of his infamous, unusual and heartbreaking cases together with a history of his professional life, giving a unique insight into a pathologist s work It also includes a no holds barred account of the basic methodology of a post mortem examination.

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      • Geoffrey Garrett

        Geoffrey Garrett is Dean, Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise, and Professor of Management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania He became Dean of the Wharton School in 2014, having been a member of the Wharton faculty in the Management Department from 1995 to 1997 Prior to his return to Penn, Dr Garrett was dean of the business schools at both the University of Sydney and UNSW in his native Australia.A distinguished international political economist, Garrett served as President of the Pacific Council on International Policy in Los Angeles and Dean of the UCLA International Institute before his return to Australia in 2008 Earlier in his career, Garrett held appointments at Oxford, Stanford and Yale universities He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Social Sciences, a Trustee of the Asia Foundation in San Francisco, a Member of the New York based Council on Foreign Relations, and he serves on the Advisory Board of Global Policy.Dr Garrett is a well respected commentator on global business, economics and politics in major media outlets, such as the Los Angeles Times, China s Global Times, Le Monde, The Times of India, and South China Morning Post Additionally, he was a speaker at TEDx Sydney, has contributed to Foreign Affairs, writes frequent blog posts on LinkedIn and is active on Twitter.His academic publications include Partisan Politics in the Global Economy, The Global Diffusion of Markets and Democracy, and The Encyclopedia of Political Science Dr Garrett has led C suite executive education programs on the global economy for Columbia, Stanford, UCLA and Wharton, and in Australia he developed thought leadership collaborations with companies, including Chevron, Dow Chemical, GE, News Corporation and Northrup Grumman.Dr Garrett holds a BA Honors from the Australian National University, and an MA and PhD from Duke University where he was a Fulbright Scholar.


    1. In 'Cause of Death' Geoffrey Garrett gives a powerful,moving account of his work as a home office pathologist working in the Manchester area. The quality of his writing in conveying the emotional intensity of some of the scenes he witnessed is remarkable: ‘The tragedy was so enormous that it somehow had a presence, a genuine substance that touched us all with a clammy finger. Each noise in the hangar echoed from ground to roof and back, the piercing cry of angry souls clamouring in the eaves l [...]

    2. 2010 bookcrossing: This is the memoir of Dr Geoffrey Garrett's professional life as a home office pathologist. He was based in the north west of England, so this is mostly about crime committed around Manchester and Lancaster way, and looks at several of the cases he worked on, not in any chronological order. So in a lot of ways, it's just a true crime book, although there are sections on his opinions on various issues such as racism, slums in Manchester (Moss side sounded like a scary place), p [...]

    3. This book definitely isn’t for the squeamish but if you are interested in crime or forensic pathology it is essential reading. As well as providing a brief run-down of what happens at a post mortem the book provides fascinating insights into the part played in criminal investigations by a forensic pathologist. In over thirty years of work the author was involved in some high profile cases such as the Moors Murders but much of his work would not have made the headlines except locally.I found th [...]

    4. If you’re not into watching CSI or reading about crime, then this book probably isn’t for you!“Cause of Death” is an insight into the work of pathologist Geoffrey Garrett, focusing on 30 years that he spent working in the North-West of England as Home Office Forensic Pathologist. The book opens with the infamous Moors Murders case and rarely loses pace. A wide variety of cases are covered as are many different forensic techniques. Garrett does go into great detail as far as there are con [...]

    5. Cause of Death is the real life accounts of a home office pathologist covering the Manchester area. I was really looking forward to reading this and finding out more about what a pathologist does but have to admit I quickly became disappointed. Although some high profile cases were covered such as the Moors Murders it was actually pretty boring and tame. I would recommend this book to those who are looking for a "dulled down" account of pathology as I was left feeling somewhat let down.

    6. A very informative book about a job most people know nothing about but would love too All cases mentiond have happened in the UK and have been in the National News .The book gives you an insight to what people are capable of doing and what monsters we share our world with Some cases where very interesting to read, some where very upsetting. All cases he writes about are very graphic concerning the autopsies he carries out

    7. Excellent and informative read.This book is written by a Medical Examiner who carried out the Post Mortem on Pauline Reade-one of the Moors' murderers' victims. Many other cases from years ago which were in the headlines are detailed and this proves fascinating reading. Photos are included of findings at each crime scene. Highly recommended.

    8. Gory read. But really interesting to understand what forensic pathologists do. I think i'd like to watch one at work one day. Very interesting the ways they solved crimes. Amazing and really interesting.

    9. I think that it is an interesting book, but with certain boring parts. I sometimes thought that the author was really offending, but never mind. All in all, an entertaining book, but a bit boring.

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