Bones: A Forensic Detective's Casebook

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M. Evans, 2000 - Medical - 317 pages
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Fascinating, educational, and highly readable, "Bones" takes readers into the dark world of forensic science. Dr. Ubelaker, a frequent forensics consultant to the FBI, and Scammell, author of "Mortal Remains, " document a collection of cases that span from 40,000 B.C. to today. 43 b&w photos.

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Ubelaker, a forensic anthropologist with the Smithsonian Institution, has aided the FBI for years. Here he shows how traditional methods of physical anthropology and state-of-the-art chemical and ... Read full review

Contents

Helping Hands
1
Impolite Society
16
The Other Army of the Potomac
50
Copyright

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Ubelaker is a curator of anthropology at the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution.

Scammell, a medical writer and researcher, has been involved in the search for a cure for rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory forms of arthritis for over 10 years.

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