The C. S. I. Effect

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Thorndike Press, 2007 - Law - 460 pages
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Katherine Ramsland goes beyond the basics of forensic science to cover the latest break-throughs and cutting-edge techniques in crime scene investigation by delving into the incredible truths behind the hit C.S.I. television franchise. Inspired by the episodes from the fact-based shows, she illustrates the growing use of computers in forensics, and explores the application of psychology and the uses of toxicology. Revisiting high-profile cases, Ramsland discloses the fascinating ways of solving crime in the twenty-first century.

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User Review  - Cindi - Goodreads

Pretty good book. Some interesting info about real forensic technology. Got a little dry in places, but overall, quite interesting. Read full review


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Katherine Ramsland, Ph.D., numbers among her degrees a master's in forensic psychology from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She has published 15 books.

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