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More twists than Oliver,
This review is from: The Strange Death of David Kelly (Paperback)
Far too many suspects to choose from. The ethical Dr, trod on far too many toes and true to his prediction was discovered in the woods. The Dark Actors, it would appear, silenced a lone voice but in such a ham fashion that it needed swift intervention to dismiss the whole saga as a tragedy of his own doing.
On the surface he had a family history, seemed subdued and, as no form of a struggle was apparent it therefore concluded that the unlikely verdict of suicide was adjudged.
It beggars belief that we are told that the proceedings or evidence shall remain unavailable for scrutiny for another seventy years. However, unless some other new revelation can be offered then this one is put to bed and the guilty shall sleep safe in the knowledge that this episode has escaped true justice. How a knife and bottle by Kelly's side were found to not have fingerprints is something that only guilty can answer.
A brilliant piece of investigation by Mr. Baker that sadly had no happy ending!