The Books of Jerry Labriola, M.D.
Murder at Hollings General Murders at Brent Institute Maltese Murders Famous Crimes Revisited Dr. Lee's Forensic Files The Budapest Connection The Strange Death of Napoleon Bonaparte Shocking Cases Scent of Danger: A Novel Object of Betrayal Deadly Politics - A Novel Global Shadows - a novel Diamonds and Pirates: A Novel Dangerous Triangle - A Novel The Bliue Baron The Saga of Hodge Spying for Keeps
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Brief Biography

Jerry Labriola M.D.After his first exposure to forensic medicine while serving in the U.S. Navy, Dr. Jerry Labriola practiced medicine for over 35 years and was an Assistant Professor at the University of Connecticut Medical School. A Yale graduate and former Chief of Staff at a major teaching hospital, he also served as state senator and ran for governor and the United States Senate.

He is the author of ten mystery novels. He is also coauthor with internationally renowned forensic scientist, Dr. Henry Lee, of four books dealing with forensic science: Famous Crimes Revisited; Dr. Henry Lee's Forensic Files; Shocking Cases; and The Budapest Connection. In them, they examine various well-known criminal cases, including Charles Lindbergh, O.J. Simpson, JFK, JonBenet Ramsey, Sam Sheppard, Sacco-Vanzetti, Vincent Foster, Scott Peterson, Phil Spector, and the abduction of Elizabeth Smart. Dr. Labriola's latest work--released in August, 2014--is a mystery/suspense novel titled, Global Shadows

He writes full-time, is past president of the Connecticut Authors Association, member of the Mystery Writers of America and the International Association of Crime Writers. 

As an author and crime analyst, he lectures extensively on mystery, forensic science and true crime issues. For the past ten years, he has been a regular, worldwide lecturer aboard the Queen Mary 2, the Queen Victoria, the Queen Elizabeth, the Emerald Princess, the Silversea Cruise Line, and the Norwegian Cruise Line ships.