CSI Alberta: The Secrets of Skulls and Skeletons

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Heritage House Publishing Co, Feb 1, 2011 - True Crime - 144 pages

Ten gripping tales of murder and missing persons show how skulls and skeletons reveal their secrets to forensic investigators. A skull is found on a scree slope high above the mirror-calm waters of Spray Lakes. Bones rumoured for years to be buried in a Medicine Hat backyard are finally dug up. The trussed and tortured skeletal remains of an unknown man are found in a septic tank near Tofield. These baffling Alberta cases show how dogged, old-fashioned detective work combines with modern forensic techniques in the search for the truth.


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The first story is about my baby brother william and about my step dad


The Scree Slope Skulls
How Does Your Garden Grow?
That Sinking Feeling
Septic Tank
The Hand of
The Sewage Plant Skeleton
The Prophet of Death
One DeathThree Burials
Get Help Theyre Going to Kill Me
Haunted by Guilt
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About the author (2011)

Peter B. Smith lives with his wife on Quadra Island, BC where he retired after a 37-year career as an award-winning newspaper crime reporter. After working on The News in Portsmouth, England for 21 years, he immigrated to Calgary in 1987. Here he worked for the Calgary Sun for a further 16 years, retiring in 2003. He has written two true-life crime books for Heritage House, and while in England he wrote books on sea-angling, the fire department and stamp collecting.

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