1 College St, Worcester, MA 01610, United States
The College of the Holy Cross where John Feegel received his Bachelor of Science degree.
75 Laurier Ave. E, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5, Canada
The University of Ottawa where John Feegel received his Doctor of Medicine degree.
2199 S University Blvd, Denver, CO 80208, United States
The University of Denver where John Feegel received his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree.
4202 E Fowler Ave, Tampa, FL 33620, United States
The University of South Florida where John Feegel received his Master of Public Health degree.
Edgar Allan Poe Award which John Feegel received in 1976.
(Myrl Caton is worth a lot more dead than alive, because o...)
Myrl Caton is worth a lot more dead than alive, because of his life insurance, but only if his death is not a suicide. It is up to pathologist Jerry Leatherman to sift through the evidence and the suspects to determine whether it is murder or suicide.
(In Not a Stranger, dedicated homicide detective Henry Wil...)
In Not a Stranger, dedicated homicide detective Henry Willis and TV journalist Joan Burke fall in love as they pursue a psychopathic killer whose brutal murders of Black children have unsettled a Southern city.
(To maintain secrecy, but each for its own purposes, Iraq ...)
To maintain secrecy, but each for its own purposes, Iraq and United States enter into joint Germ Warfare research at a new Eco-Park in Florida. When deaths occur, the Medical Examiner, using autopsy technique and Forensic Science, solves the case but with the F.B.I., maintains the United States secrecy. A strong Jesuit background through Al-Hikma University (closed by Iraq government) provides the moral twist.
(Fast-paced murder mystery filled with forensic intrigue, ...)
Fast-paced murder mystery filled with forensic intrigue, set in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula and Maya ruins. Cocaine addicted Florida judge kills his wife for her money, sends his lover to Chichen Itza to create an alibi. Mexican autopsy and investigation at the urging of a Florida County Sheriff's Deputy unravel the truth.
John Feegel began his undergraduate studies at the College of the Holy Cross where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1954. Then he went to the University of Ottawa and obtained a Doctor of Medicine degree in 1960. Four years later, he got a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree at the University of Denver. He also had a Master of Public Health degree, which he earned at the University of South Florida in 1991.
Licensed to practice medicine in four states, John Feegel was certified in medicine in 1965 and in pathology in 1966. He was also admitted to the Bar of Colorado in 1964 and the Bar of Florida in 1967.
Feegel's career as a pathologist began in Florida where he worked in several hospitals in Plantation, Tampa, and Plant City during the 1960s and 1970s. He was also a deputy medical examiner in Dade County in 1967, becoming a medical examiner in Hillsborough County in 1967 and chief medical examiner there from 1973 till 1977. At the same time, he was an associate professor of pathology at the University of South Florida. After working for a year in a hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1978 to be the director of the forensic pathology residency program at Emory University till 1981. In 1980, he added to his workload by joining the law firm of Mitzel, Mitzel & Feegel as a partner.
Feegel published five mystery novels in his lifetime, including his first, Autopsy (1975). His other novels include Death Sails the Bay (1978), The Dance Card (1981), Malpractice (1981), and Not a Stranger (1983). In addition, Feegel was the author of Legal Aspects of Laboratory Medicine (1973).
(In Not a Stranger, dedicated homicide detective Henry Wil...)1983
(To maintain secrecy, but each for its own purposes, Iraq ...)2001
(Myrl Caton is worth a lot more dead than alive, because o...)1975
(Fast-paced murder mystery filled with forensic intrigue, ...)2002
John Feegel was sometimes described as a Renaissance man by those who knew him.
Physical Characteristics: The cause of Feegel's death was cancer.
Quotes from others about the person
"He exuded confidence." - Mark Ober
"He had the best wit in the world. He told wonderful stories and jokes, jokes that if someone else told them, they might not be funny." - Mina Morgan
John Feegel was married and had five children.