(Dr. Anya Crichton, #7)
Fatal Impact was my sixth of Kathryn Fox’s however, it was book number 7 in the Anya Crichton series.
As usual Fatal Impact commences with Anya speaking at a conference. This time the conference is in Tasmania where her mother lives. After the conference Anya is asked to assist local law enforcement where she finds a dead child in the home of a missing person.
Postmortem results conclude that bacteria from food poisoning was the cause of death. However, was it accidental or foul play?
From this point forward Anya becomes entwined with international corporations, genetically modified foods, murders, cold cases, conspiracy theories and, almost, the death of her mother.
Having spent fifty-five years living in a rural community I felt I was able to identify with some of the issues raised in Fatal Impact. This made it all the more enjoyable to listen to. Again, I enjoyed this Anya Crichton novel and rated it a three star read plus one more for the topic.
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