Ask the expert: an interview with archeologist Cory Cuthbertson

In The Vesuvius Isotope, biologist Katrina Stone and Egyptologist Alyssa Iacovani trace a two thousand year old medical mystery, in a race to solve the murder of Katrina's Nobel Laureate husband and save the lives of thousands.  When the "Find an Expert" section of Murder Lab was initiated, I was thrilled to hear from paleoanthropologist, paleolithic archeologist and linguist Cory Cuthbertson.  Below is an interview with Cory, describing the profession and how her experiences can play into your next thriller.

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