The Irish Examiner - Review of Vital Organs "Some people might consider Dr Suzie Edge’s gory hobby a little unusual — for years she has collected stories of body parts." Sep 23
The Telegraph - Review of Vital Organs " Medical historian Suzie Edge investigates famous body parts – from Shelley's heart to Queen Victoria's armpit – in her book Vital Organs" Sep '23
Talk Radio Europe Sep 29th 2022
Radio Shropshire Oct 17th and Nov 23rd 2022
Radio Berkshire Nov 30th 2022.
The Bestseller Experiment, Sep 23
Confessions of a Book Collector with David Headley, Sep 23.
History Hit's Betwixt the Sheets with Dr Kate Lister, Oct 2022
The Bestseller Experiment deep dive, Sep 2022
The Unnoffical Bestseller experiment bookclub, Nov 2022
Leslie Fear's Because I wanna Know podcast, 2022
Katie: (Amazon) Honestly most interesting book read in a long time! Just fascinating, well written.
Steve (Amazon) This book is amongst the most unique and wonderful I have ever read. It is like Gmae of Thrones meets House. Beautifully written, explained and compelling. Wonderful.
Stephanie (Amazon) I've been a huge fan of Suzie since finding her on Tiktok. The book mets expectations - it was informative and entertaining in Suzies signature style.
Wendy (Amazon) I was concerned this might be a bit dry, a physician writing about historical deaths.
I needn't have worried, the author tells a fantastic story, providing enough layman's language to explain any medical terms, but not enough to turn it into a lecture. Already excitedly waiting for the next foray into history, or death, or both!
Caitlin (Amazon) A really fun (and funny!) read for anyone who is even remotely a fan of the royals and the macabre. I adored Suzie’s style, humor, and appreciation for the many monarchs of England and their very human conditions. I learned more than I thought I would and laughed even harder!
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