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A Memoir by Dr. Gary D. Cumberland Gives Readers a Peek into the Life and Mind of a Medical Examiner

The book has been well received by Goodreads users and Amazon customers and will be exhibited at the largest annual book trade fair in the U.S.

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Catch the exhibit for Dr. Gary D. Cumberland’s “My Life With Death” at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase on July 22-26, 2020 at the Javits Center, NYC.

Ever wondered what goes in the life of a medical examiner or considered a career in forensic pathology? Make sure to read “My Life With Death: Memoirs Of A Journeyman Medical Examiner” (Xlibris; 2015), a memoir by Gary D. Cumberland, M.D.
In “My Life With Death,” Dr. Cumberland gives the reader a look into the life of a real working medical examiner and the types of death cases that routinely come through his morgue. “Ironically, the job of a medical examiner can be routine to the point of being boring just like any other job,” the author says in the foreword of his book. “Despite these boring episodes, there are many reasons why I loved my work.
“These reasons include the straightforward case that suddenly takes a twist that causes me to think and rethink the findings to get a logical conclusion as to why an individual has died. It also includes the fun of knowing and working with the various law enforcement officers, attorneys, and crime laboratory personnel, the real crime scene investigators.”
“My Life With Death” explains the author’s choice of forensic pathology as a career, the job functions of a medical examiner, the importance of performing autopsy examinations, decomposition, deaths by various causes, medical malpractice, and the murder of abortionists, among other topics in the book.
“This book has been written to present my career as a forensic pathologist and to include my training, years of practice, progressing to my retirement because of heart disease. Let me volunteer quickly that I am not, nor ever was, a giant in the field. Instead, these are the cases that a journeyman forensic pathologist might face during a thirty-year career in the medical examiner’s office.”
Delve into Dr. Gary D. Cumberland’s world with his entertaining and educational book “My Life With Death: Memoirs Of A Journeyman Medical Examiner.” Purchase a copy today on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
My Life With Death: Memoirs Of A Journeyman Medical Examiner
Author | Gary D. Cumberland, M.D.
Published date | 08/10/15
Publisher | Xlibris
Paperback price | $19.99
Author Bio
Gary D. Cumberland, MD, earned his medical doctor degree from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. He did four years of residency training in anatomic and clinical pathology at the University of South Alabama Medical School in Mobile, AL. He completed his two years of forensic pathology training at the State of Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences in Mobile. He is board certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic, Clinical, and Forensic Pathology. He lives with his wife, Beth, in Pensacola, FL.

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