Death Scenes: A Homicide Detective's Scrapbook

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Feral House, 1996 - History - 167 pages
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A Scrapbook of Noir Los Angeles Heretofore kept tightly secured under lock and key in police files, the hundreds of historic scene-of -crime photos collected in this book were assembled by a now-deceased Los Angeles police detective. Packed with unflinchingly graphic on-site forensic photos, mug shots, pictures of celebrity homocides, morbidly voyeuristic shots of 'freaks,' accidents, and legal executions, this hard-to-put-down collection is accompanied by Katherine Dunn's provocative explanatory text.

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User Review  - Haruna - Goodreads

great collection of the scenes of death. what I love this book is, this is a personally scrapbook by one detective. it was not made for art. that is very pointed the origin of the "photography". Read full review

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