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In the 1800s, Wagon Train Travel Could Be Deadly

09 Jul

Wagon Train

Many brave souls headed West during the 1800’s, often by wagon train. They fought weather, disease, starvation, hostile folks of all types, and potentially deadly injuries. Medicine was crude, basically non-existent, and many died along the way.

Check out my latest Q&A on the Suspense Magazine Blog:

Could Death From Bleeding Be Delayed For Several Days After a Frontier Wagon Wheel Accident?

Read the answer and listen to the expanded audio information here:

http://suspensemagazine.com/blog2/2017/07/01/could-death-from-bleeding-be-delayed-for-several-days-after-a-frontier-wagon-wheel-accident/

This was one of the many clever questions included in my first Q&A book—MURDER & MAYHEM

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2 responses to “In the 1800s, Wagon Train Travel Could Be Deadly

  1. Chris Norbury

    July 9, 2017 at 6:34 pm

    Wow, Doc,

    I’ve owned both of your “Forensics and Fiction” books for years but wasn’t aware of “Murder and Mayhem” until now. I’ll put it on my buy list.

    Chris

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    • D.P. Lyle, MD

      July 10, 2017 at 7:13 am

      Hope you liked them and hope you enjoy M&M. M&M was the first of the three in the series.

      Liked by 1 person

       

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