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Crime Scene Investigator

By Paul Millen
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Paul Millen
Crime Scene Investigtor offers a unique insight into the work and thinking of a major expert in the captivating field of forensic science. Semi-autobiographical, it charts the development of one individual and the science of crime scene investigation, with real life stories, the horror and the humour, human endeavour at its very best and worst. It tells the stories of real cases and real people.The book is punctuated by chapters explaining the thought processes and practise behind the science during its recent development.
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The Complete History of Jack the Ripper

By Philip Sugden
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Philip Sugden
The murders in London between 1888-91 attributed to Jack the Ripper constitute one of the most mysterious unsolved criminal cases. This story is the result of many years meticulous research. The author reassesses all the evidence and challenges everything we thought we knew about the Victorian serial killer and the vanished East End he terrorized.
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Cause of Death

By Geoffrey Garrett, Andrew Nott
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Geoffrey Garrett, Andrew Nott
Dr Geoffrey Garrett was for over 30 years a Home Office pathologist. This is his personal memoir, in conjunction with crime journalist Andrew Nott, of many infamous, unusual and heartbreaking cases and a fascinating history of his professional life, giving a unique insight into a pathologist's work. Beginning with a no-holds-barred account of the basic methodology of a post-mortem examination, the book chronicles many memorable cases, including:The discovery of a preserved body on the Yorkshire moors later identified as the first victim of the Moors MurderersThe murders of three policemen plus the apprehension of a murderer who turned out to be a policeman's sonAn examination of sex crimesThe Moss: a seminal piece on Manchester's 'Bronx' - Dr Garrett reveals life in the ghetto, the drug gangs and how they operate How a man's face, burned beyond recognition, was reconstructed to help solve a murderPlus examples of many other baffling crimes which were resolved on the pathologist's table.
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