Monday, April 18, 2016

Forensics/ Val McDermid/303 pgs.

The subtitle of this fascinating book says it all: "what bugs, burns, prints, DNA, and more tell us about crime." McDermid takes the reader through the history of the different methodologies used in trying to solve crimes. She injects this information with true crime cases in which a particular method was used--not always successfully! For readers of true crime stories or crime fiction, this book is a must read. Highly recommended!

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