Charles Bravo, a British lawyer, was fatally poisoned with antimony in 1876. The case is still unresolved. The victim took three days to die but gave no indication of the source of the poison during that time. Was it suicide, accidental self-poisoning, or murder? No one was ever charged. Over a hundred years later, author James Ruddick embarked upon his own in-depth investigations. I could not put the book down. Draw your own conclusions...the author gives plenty of evidence for and against!