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Forensics – The Past Meets the Present

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Here are some fun facts about forensics. It is often thought that police forensics has been a relatively new contribution to interpreting, reconstructing, and solving crimes in our society.  Quite the contrary, police forensics,…

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So You Think You Can Be a CSI?

I’ve been deep in the trenches with my next book and a little bit preoccupied, but I wanted to post something fun to test your CSI knowledge.  It’s been a tough process creating Emily Stone’s current adventure in Dead Burn, … Continue reading

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Forensics – The Past Meets the Present

Here are some fun facts about forensics. It is often thought that police forensics has been a relatively new contribution to interpreting, reconstructing, and solving crimes in our society.  Quite the contrary, police forensics, or more accurately described as forensic … Continue reading

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Early Innovators of Forensic Science

I find everything about the science of forensics to be extremely interesting.  I can’t seem to shake my curious mind about how and why the various crime scene puzzles interlock and ultimately reveal the identity of the criminal.  Descriptions like … Continue reading

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Forensic Science – Past & Present

It is often thought that police forensics has been a relatively new contribution to interpreting, reconstructing, and solving crimes in our society.  Quite the contrary, police forensics, or more accurately described as forensic science, has been a part of history … Continue reading

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