I need answers to some questions for sequel to my book
Thank you so much for publishing all my reviews of events across East Cambridgeshire before Christmas.
I cheekily include a photo of me that you might like to use in the future.
I am now writing a sequel to my book John, Dementia and Me which is a whodunit. I’d be very grateful for any help with the research.
Questions I have yet to have answered:
• Would a toxicology test show that a victim had died of a red back spider bite (or other venomous creature from Australia) if the scientists knew the victim had been poisoned but did not know the source of the poison?
• Would it be possible for a victim with a heart problem to die within an hour after being bitten by a red-back?
• After the initial pain felt from a bit on the foot, would the victim be able to limp for a while? What would the victim experience next before dying?
- 1 Covid sweeps across Cambridgeshire as summer wave takes hold
- 2 Pair trapped after A142 crash rescued from ditch
- 3 'Rubberneckers' cause second crash trying to view overturned lorry
- 4 Rikki Neave’s mother calls for tougher sentence for son’s murderer
- 5 Motorcyclist 'seriously injured' following A1303 crash
- 6 Woman, 80, dies following A141 crash
- 7 Steve Barclay becomes Health Secretary following shock resignations
- 8 Armed police swoop on youngsters brandishing suspected hand gun
- 9 Budding musicians hit the right note at 25th annual awards evening
- 10 Chancellor and health secretary dramatically quit
I would be very grateful if any readers could get in touch if they know the answers.
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