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About the author:
Annelie Wendeberg writes stuff all the time. Some of it reads rather boring, for example her science papers.
She's an adjunct professor in environmental microbiology and occasionally makes her students weep.
When she doesn't do science, she writes about it in the SciLogs.
What most people don't know is that her head is full with fictional characters. Often, the poor sods have to suffer or die.
When it comes to fictional violence, Annelie Wendeberg knows her stuff. But I won't reveal details.
Well maybe only this: Lessons in forensic toxicology were the best.
Her crime novels can be found at:
The Devil's Grin
In Victorian London's cesspool of crime and disease, a series of murders remains undiscovered until a cholera victim is found floating in the city's drinking water supply. Dr Anton Kronberg, England's best bacteriologist, is called upon to investigate and finds evidence of abduction and medical maltreatment. While Scotland Yard has little interest in pursuing the case, Kronberg pushes on and crosses paths with Sherlock Holmes. The detective immediately discovers Kronberg's secret - a woman masquerading as a man in order to practice medicine - a criminal deed that could land her in prison for years to come. But both must join forces to stop a crime so monstrous, it outshines Jack the Ripper's deeds in brutality and cold-bloodedness.
- Publication Date:
- Dec 15 2012
- 1481262262 / 9781481262262
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.06" x 7.81"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Traditional British