What a carve-up: A professor of anatomy shares her grisly yarns
Forensic anthropologist and anatomy professor Sue Black is a surprisingly chipper soul, as she displays in her new memoir
Memoir: All That Remains: A Life In Death, By Sue Black, Doubleday, €17.50
You might think that spending most of your life with dead bodies would engender a grim outlook on life, but forensic anthropologist and anatomy professor Sue Black is a surprisingly chipper soul, as she displays in her new memoir.
All That Remains sees the no-nonsense Scot recounting the story of her life and career through the prism of mortality, from...
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