I Speak for the Dead
I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD is an insightful journey through the medical and legal process of defining the cause of death. The nation's first black, female chief medical examiner, Dr. Joye M. Carter, provides a frank discussion of the emotional turmoil family members must cope with after experiencing the loss of a loved one. Dr. Carter's approach to educating the reader is enhanced by two decades of forensic experience.
This book helps lift the shroud of mystery that surrounds a sensitive topic, allowing a keen inspirational look into the death as a part of life.
You will discover:
Dr. Joye M. Carter gives her personal story of how she overcame tremendous
obstacles to become the first African American female to become the first
Medical Examiner. Her book will inspire you to fulfill your dreams to achieve
success in your life or career.
"Dr. Carter's personal story of how she achieved success in her career
will encourage young people to pursue their dream."
Dr. Joye Carter, On-line!
Dr. Joye M. Carter was Chief Medical Examiner for Harris
County, TX from 1996 until 2002