MURDER TWO: THE SECOND CASEBOOK OF FORENSIC DETECTION
Author: Colin Evans
Publisher: WILEY PUBLISHING, Jul 2004
A lively, up-to-date forensic reference for true crime buffs, mystery readers, & fans of shows such as CSI. Covering 100 major cases, 25 prominent forensic scientists, & all of today's forensic tools & techniques. 6x9 inches, 320 pgs.
Covering 100 major cases, 25 prominent forensic scientists, and all of today's forensic tools and techniques, this A-to-Z reference is a must for anyone fascinated by crime scene investigations, autopsies, and other aspects of forensic science. From the notorious poisoner Marie Lafarge, the "I-5 Strangler" Roger Kibbe, the Unabomber and Dr. Henry Lee to fingerprinting, ballistics, and DNA typing, and laboratory superstars such as Edward O. Heinrich and Milton Helpern, forensics popularizer Colin Evans brings to life the history and science of criminal detection like no other writer.
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"Pithy, concise, and remarkably accurate."
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"Contains ample material to hold the attention and foster interest in science."
"Even the most dedicated devotee of the genre will find much that is new in these brief but exciting accounts."
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Colin Evans is the author of The Casebook of Forensic Detection: How Science Solved 100 of the World?s Most Baffling Crimes; Great Feuds in History: Ten of the Liveliest Disputes Ever; and A Question of Evidence: The Casebook of Great Forensic Controversies, from Napoleon to O.J. (all from Wiley).
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