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The Encyclopedia of Forensic Science
by Brian Lane
This book is in good second hand condition. Light wearing to the cover and dustjacket, edgewear. Light tanning to pages.
Published by BCA, 1992, 415 pages.
The most comprehensive file on the scientific investigation of crime ever published.
- The scene of the crime – how evidence is taken and the investigation begun.
- Genetic fingerprinting – conclusive proof of identity?
- Ballistics – how bullets are matched to firearms, and the science of ‘reading’ gunshot wounds.
- The pathologists who solve the conundrums of murder.
- ‘Personality profiling’ and its notable successes in tracking down serial killers.
- Plus the landmark crimes where forensic science has played a key role.
- And much more…