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DARK ECONOMY

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by M. Keedwell

Medical student Cadell Meredith has been known to acquire “volunteers” from the occasional pauper’s grave in order to improve his surgical skills. While the legality of this practice is a bit murky, he wouldn’t go so far as to call it out and out robbery. His latest acquisition, however, is different. The body on his table was obviously healthy, wealthy-and murdered. Cadell feels compelled to seek justice for the dead man, but while dissection comes naturally to him, crime investigation is unfamiliar territory. Furthermore, he’s caught the attention of one of those new police officers, Blaine Breton. A handsome, sentimental fool who insists Cadell is a criminal.

290 pages, paperback

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Author M. Keedwell
Publishers Samhain Publishing
Year of Publication 2015

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DARK ECONOMY
M. Keedwell

Medical student Cadell Meredith has been known to acquire “volunteers” from the occasional pauper’s grave in order to improve his surgical skills. While the legality of this practice is a bit murky, he wouldn’t go so far as to call it out and out robbery. His latest acquisition, however, is different. The body on his table was obviously healthy, wealthy-and murdered. Cadell feels compelled to seek justice for the dead man, but while dissection comes naturally to him, crime investigation is unfamiliar territory. Furthermore, he’s caught the attention of one of those new police officers, Blaine Breton. A handsome, sentimental fool who insists Cadell is a criminal. A marvellous game of cat and mouse ensues as Cadell seeks to expose the truth while hiding his own secrets.

290 pages, paperback

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DARK ECONOMY

DARK ECONOMY

by M. Keedwell

Medical student Cadell Meredith has been known to acquire “volunteers” from the occasional pauper’s grave in order to improve his surgical skills. While the legality of this practice is a bit murky, he wouldn’t go so far as to call it out and out robbery. His latest acquisition, however, is different. The body on his table was obviously healthy, wealthy-and murdered. Cadell feels compelled to seek justice for the dead man, but while dissection comes naturally to him, crime investigation is unfamiliar territory. Furthermore, he’s caught the attention of one of those new police officers, Blaine Breton. A handsome, sentimental fool who insists Cadell is a criminal.

290 pages, paperback