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This work writes of the trial-making and breaking clues uncovered by David Bowen during 40 years as one of London's key forensic pathologists. It was Bowen who was the first to identify the true nature of the chicken bones found in Dennis Nilsen's drain after a complaint by his neighbour.
David Bowen is Emeritus Professor of Forensic Medicine at the University of London. Born in 1924, he first worked under the late Donald Teare and went on to set up the Department of Forensic Medicine at Charing Cross Hospital Medical School.