Howdunit: How Crimes are Committed and Solved

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John Boertlein
Writer's Digest Books, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 404 pages
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This is the ultimate reference on the dark worlds of criminals and those who oppose them. Readers will learn how crimes are plotted, committed, investigated and solved.

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The "Howdunit" series seeks to give writers the facts they need to make crime fiction believable. This latest offering brings together chapters from several of the earlier books, supplementing them ... Read full review

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Chapter One
2
Chapter Two
18
Chapter Four
33
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About the author (2001)

Boertlein has been in law enforcement for 20 years, serving as a police officer, undercover officer and investigator for the police forces in Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky. He has taught at the Ohio Police Academy and worked as a police recruiter. He has also written technical and procedural documents for the Cincinnati Police Division.

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