Howdunit Forensics by D.
I confess Howdunit Forensics: Agatha Award Nominee. Body Trauma: Anyone interested in Forensics should read this book. Kirby Taylor rated it it was amazing Mar 03, 2011. Cause of Death: Teresa Nordheim rated it it was amazing Jan 14, 2012. The science of it is well-explained and somebody with an interest in biology and science would also enjoy this book.
I appreciated his attention to process and detail as well as his honest depictions even when it meant pointing out the errors we often let pass by us when reading, watching, or writing crime fiction.
Refresh and try again. More Details...
This part was my favourite as it answered my questions about If you're a crime fiction writer looking for a reference book on forensics, this is the way to go. The book covered murders, but also theft, arson, and forgery.
A Guide for Writers by D. Malicious Intent: Overall, I recommend this guide to any aspiring mystery writer. Physical evidence cannot be wrong, it cannot perjure itself, it cannot be wholly absent.
A wide range of topics were covered with enough depth that most people would learn all they cared to know. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Although the book is reminiscent of a textbook, it's quite fascinating in its delivery and information.
Jan 08, 2016 P. The third part covers what happens in a crime lab.
Error rating book. I keep seeing this at Chapters when I go browsing, and one of these days I shall actually buy it.