COL (ret) Dr. Bradley Harper is a retired US Army pathologist with over two-hundred autopsies to his credit, several forensic. He retired in 2012 after thirty-seven years of active duty, starting out as a Mechanized Infantry Platoon Leader, and finishing as a member of the personal staff of the US Army Surgeon General in the Pentagon. Along the way he had four commands and a $1.5 Million reward for his capture from the FARC in Colombia. His short stories have appeared in The Strand and Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine and his debut novel, A Knife in the Fog, was a 2019 Edgar finalist for Best First Novel.
Panel 39: How Autopsies Really Work