Forensics For Dummies
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With its clear, entertaining explanations of forensic procedures and techniques, this book will be an indispensable reference for mystery fans and true crime aficionados everywhere-and even includes advice for people interested in forensic science careers. D. P. Simpson case, popular interest in forensic science has exploded: CBS's CSI has 16 to 26 million viewers every week, and Patricia Cornwell's novels featuring a medical examiner sleuth routinely top bestseller lists, to cite just a few examples. Now, everyone can get the lowdown on the science behind crime scene investigations. D. John Pless, MD, is Professor Emeritus of Pathology at Indiana University School of Medicine and former President of the National Association of Medical Examiners.. Lyle clues people in on everything from determining cause and time of death to fingerprints, fibers, blood, ballistics, forensic computing, and forensic psychology. J. Using lots of fascinating case studies, forensics expert Dr. A plain-English primer on crime scene investigation that's a must for fans of CSI or Patricia Cornwell Since the O. P. Lyle, MD (Laguna Hills, CA), is a practicing cardiologist who is also a forensics expert and mystery writer. He runs a Web site that answers writers' questions about forensics, dplylemd, and is the author of Murder and Mayhem: A Doctor Answers Medical and Forensic Questions for Writers, as well as several mys
Amazon Customer said great and very informative. Loved it as a P.I that is new to the business of investigation for hire this will come in handy for criminal defense, and civil law suit cases when I am hired for such casesJ.Williams P.I. Good info. Very informative Good info. Very informative.. Five Stars Amazon Customer very good!
D. . P. He has served as a consultant for prominent writers and television programs, including Law & Order. Lyle, MD, operates The Writer’s Medical and Forensics Lab at dplylemd
“…leaves you wondering how anyone ever manages to get away with any crime, let alone murder. Highly recommended” (Fortean Times, March 2005) “…fascinating reading…a must-have book…a superb introduction to a fascinating subject…” (Ripperologist, July 2004)