The Casebook of Forensic Detection: How Science Solved 100 of the World's Most Baffling Crimes

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Wiley, Oct 30, 1998 - Science - 320 pages
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Discover the surprising answers in The Casebook of Forensic Detection, a true-crime treasury of 100 of the most fascinating cases of all time. More than two centuries in the development of modern forensic procedures come to vivid life as everything from handwriting analyses and voiceprints to ballistics, DNA testing, and psychological profiles reveal whodunit (and, in some startling cases, who didn't do it).

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A little bit dry, but gives an interesting perspective on the history of forensic science in crime detection. Read full review

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A little bit dry, but gives an interesting perspective on the history of forensic science in crime detection. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

COLIN EVANS is the author of Killer Doctors and was a major contributor to Great American Trials. He divides his time between Florida and London.

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