Kit de Waal
Books by Kit de Waal
Interviews where books by Kit de Waal were recommended
Unnatural Causes: The Life and Many Deaths of Britain's Top Forensic Pathologist
by Richard Shepherd
Death, Dissection and the Destitute: The Politics of the Corpse in Pre-Victorian Britain
by Ruth Richardson
The Trick to Time
by Kit de Waal
The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy
by Rachel Joyce
Waiting for the Last Bus: Reflections on Life and Death
by Richard Holloway
As one of the most distinguished forensic anthropologists and human anatomists in the world, Professor Dame Sue Black has spent her working life in close proximity to death. Here she discusses the history of corpses supplied to anatomy houses, the misleading nature of shows like CSI, and how she intends to keep on teaching after her own death: by bequeathing her body.
Black British writers have been storming the bestseller charts in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests. Here, Jacqueline Roy—the novelist and lecturer in Black literature—selects five of the best books by Black British writers that deserve more attention.
Every year teenagers in Ireland show their enthusiasm for reading quality young adult fiction by voting for their favourite new Irish and international novels. Great Reads Award panellist Breege O’Brien highlights her top teen reads from recent years’ shortlists.