Dennis Griffin, best known for his mob-related true crime books, started his "after retirement" writing career writing mystery/thriller novels, one of the most popular, THE MORGUE. The novel is based on his work as an investigator looking into the operations of the medical examiners office. What he found was unbelievable and the fictionalized account tells the story of out of control coroner, perversion, cover up, and the politics behind it.
Shattered Lives Radio will be talking to Griffin about his "other life" as a New York state investigator before his 1995 retirement, specifically the medical examiner investigations as relayed in THE MORGUE.
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