Month: October 2020

Book review: Unnatural Causes – The Life and Many Deaths of Britain’s Top Forensic Pathologist

For the longest time, I’ve been fascinated by forensic pathology. I can’t pinpoint exactly how it started, although I think it might be related to my insatiable need to understand why and how some people do the terrible things they do. In fact, had I been any good at science, it’s probably a career path

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10 things you’ll learn when you become a cat owner

When you tell someone that you have a cat, you can usually expect one of two reactions. Enthusiasm or revulsion. When I was growing up, I never would’ve imagined that some day I’d end up liking cats. Never mind being a cat owner in a multi-cat household. My parents had only ever shown any interest

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