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Antidote to murder /

In pre-WWI London Dr. Dody McCleland, is accused of performing a botched illegal abortion that claims the life of a scullery maid, Esther Craddock, who was taking lead pills to end her pregnancy. Dody had encountered those "medications" elsewhere -- her autopsy of a three-year-old boy found that he was poisoned by lead pill -- and must trace their source to clear her name.

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  • "In pre-WWI London Dr. Dody McCleland, is accused of performing a botched illegal abortion that claims the life of a scullery maid, Esther Craddock, who was taking lead pills to end her pregnancy. Dody had encountered those "medications" elsewhere -- her autopsy of a three-year-old boy found that he was poisoned by lead pill -- and must trace their source to clear her name."
  • "In pre-WWI London Dr. Dody McCleland, is accused of performing a botched illegal abortion that claims the life of a scullery maid, Esther Craddock, who was taking lead pills to end her pregnancy. Dody had encountered those "medications" elsewhere -- her autopsy of a three-year-old boy found that he was poisoned by lead pill -- and must trace their source to clear her name."@en
  • "When an act of compassion misfires, autopsy surgeon Dr Dody McCleland must fight not only for her career, but also for her life. The body of a scullery maid is discovered in her room. When it emerges that she had recently begged Dody to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, the coroner recommends Dody be tried for criminal abortion causing death. Meanwhile, the one man who might be able to help her, Chief Inspector Matthew Pike, is nowhere to be found. After another woman's body is discovered bearing all the hallmarks of the same crime, Dody suspects that a rogue doctor is on the loose. Amid the turbulence of Edwardian London with its mix of strikes, suffragettes, German spies, exotic dancers and an illicit drug trade, Dody must unmask the killer before more girls are butchered and her own life ends on the gallows."
  • "In the summer of 1911, Dody McCleland, England's first female autopsy surgeon, must prove her innocence when she is framed for the murder of a scullery maid who died from a bungled criminal abortion."@en

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  • "Detective and mystery stories"
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Electronic books."
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Historical fiction."@en
  • "Historical fiction."
  • "Mystery fiction."@en
  • "Mystery fiction."
  • "Fiction."

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  • "Antidote to murder"
  • "Antidote to murder /"@en
  • "Antidote to murder /"