Dr. Henry Lee's forensic files: five famous cases--Scott Peterson, Elizabeth Smart, and more--

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Prometheus Books, Jun 1, 2006 - Law - 258 pages
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Famed criminalist Dr. Lee explains the forensic evidence in five intriguing cases, including one in which his reconstruction of the crime scene was key to solving a murder, and one where Dr. Lee believes an innocent man has gone to prison.

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Review: Dr. Henry Lee's Forensic Files: Five Famous Cases Scott Peterson, Elizabeth Smart, and more...

User Review  - The Un-Martha - Goodreads

It was an OK read. The case files are definitely interesting but it tended to become monotonous with facts that didn't necessarily pertain to an outcome. It was OK but don't know if I would read another one of it's kind. Read full review

Review: Dr. Henry Lee's Forensic Files: Five Famous Cases Scott Peterson, Elizabeth Smart, and more...

User Review  - Debra - Goodreads

Excellent book, written by the highly esteemed Henry Lee. At least some of these cases were ones I'd seen him profile on his television show. Good work, Dr. Lee! Read full review

Contents

Prologue
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Chapter Three The Michael Peterson Case
133
Epilogue
237
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About the author (2006)

Dr. Henry C. Lee (Branford, CT), Professor of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven and Chief Emeritus in the Department of Public Safety in Meriden, CT, has been a consultant for over 300 police and law enforcement agencies and an expert witness in many high profile cases for both the prosecution and the defense. A distinguished fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, he is the author or coauthor of more than 20 books, including Cracking Cases. Dr. Lee has been a frequent guest on Larry King Live as well as numerous other national television programs.

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