FBI Handbook of Crime Scene Forensics
What is it about? The authoritative guide to navigating crime scenes—for professionals and for anyone fascinated by the world of CSI.
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(2) Criminal Profiling from Crime Scene Analysis by Various
What is it about? This seminal publication in the history of FBI profiling as part of the information on serial
killers. Topics addressed include: The history of criminal profiling, The profiling of murderers, The criminal-profile-generating process, Homicide type and style
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Forensics 101 by Robert Jones
What is it about? Writers, especially fiction writers, are frequently unfamiliar with the
forensic documents and have no time or desire to get familiar with many
of them. In view of this, writers would most likely find concise, easily
read, explanatory documents of assistance. Fortunately, you will not
have to mount much of a search to find such a document. If you are
reading this, you have it effectively in hand.
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Coroner's Journal by Louis Cataldie MD
What is it about? A look at the day-to-day life of someone whose profession is death. The author, a coroner in Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, has had a hand in some famous cases. A detailed picture of
what a coroner does and how the job affects his or her private life.
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A Matter of Life and Death by Sue Armstrong
What is it about? A Matter of Life and Death tells fascinating stories of mysterious
illnesses and miraculous scientific breakthroughs. But it is also
crammed full of extraordinary characters – from the forensic
anthropologist with his own Body Farm in Tennessee to the doctor who had
a heart-and-lung transplant and ended up using her own lungs for
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