Volume 19, Issue 2 (April 1974)
A Review of “Investigation of Violent and Sudden Death”
This slender volume of 87 pages is not a comprehensive treatise on forensic pathology, but is meant to serve as a guide for the practicing physician or hospital pathologist, who by circumstance or inclination finds himself involved in forensic problems and death investigation. The book is succinct, and often too brief; almost every sentence could be expanded into at least a paragraph and sometimes even a chapter. However, the chapters are readable and the book well organized.