This fast-paced, authoritative book offers a compelling look at the way scientific techniques have helped investigators solve some of the most famous crimes in history. More than 100 true crime cases discussed....
|Title||:||Bodies of Evidence|
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Bodies of Evidence Reviews
I think it's a somewhat average book on the whole crime thing. Gives good information on some things as well as a large handful of short stories about actual cases. Not too much to say I think. Would mainly recommend for people who're interested in the subject.
The science nerd that I am, I loved this book. It is a good introduction for anyone truly interested in forensic science, and I am not referring to the CSI crap on TV. But I mean the real science of it!
Pretty good as a general guide, but not as in depth as you'd probably hope for.
I loved learning about the different murder cases both solved and unsolved and some of what the forensic people do to solve the murders.