Keith McCarthy

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Keith McCarthy (born 1960) is an English pathologist and writer of crime fiction, known for his Eisenmenger-Flemming forensic mysteries. He also writes under the name Lance Elliot.

Biography[edit]

Keith McCarthy was born in 1960 in Croydon, Surrey and educated at Dulwich College, and then St George's Hospital Medical School. He worked for a number of years as a pathologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital, London, but now lives in Bromesberrow, a small village in Gloucestershire. He has been a consultant cellular pathologist in the county for 15 years. He is married and has three daughters.

Bibliography[edit]

Eisenmenger-Flemming forensic mysteries[edit]

  • A Feast of Carrion (2003)
  • The Silent Sleep of the Dying (2004)
  • The Final Analysis (2005)
  • A World Full of Weeping (2006)
  • The Rest Is Silence (2007)
  • With a Passion Put to Use (2008)
  • Corpus Delicti (2009)
  • Soul Seeker (2010)
  • Taste of Wormwood (2012)

As Lance Elliot[edit]

  • Murder Plot (2008)
  • Dying to Know (2009)
  • Nor All Your Tears (2011)

Other fiction[edit]

  • Decoherence (2011)

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