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Nigel Cawthorne
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The Mammoth Book of New Csi

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Detailed accounts of over 30 contemporary cases, or older cases reopened as a result of advances in forensic science.

Crime scene investigations draw on a wide range of cutting-edge technology including genetic fingerprinting, blood splatter analysis, laser ablation, toxicology and ballistics analysis.

Cases covered here include: the abduction of Madeleine McCann; the vindic
ebook, 258 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Robinson Publishing (first published April 1st 2012)
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This book reminded me so much of the sorts of books I read as a child (although more gory than those, of course) that it was a little disconcerting to have a case from one of those childhood books get mentioned in passing in the midst of discussing one of the cases in this book.

OJ is in here, as is the OK City bombing, and several other not-as-well-known cases. The discussion of the Jeffrey McDonald case was fascinating. There are several British cases I'd not heard of; not a surprise as this wa
Yvonne Cook
This wasn't a 'bad' read, just a re-hash/update of cases, most everyone's is familiar with many of them. I felt that there may have been a few times when the author put in a little personal bias and drifted from the evidence, but it wasn't necessarily a bad thing.
Maria Yohana
this book is contain of several stories included celebrities scandals or just common cases that complicated enough so CSI have to do their work to solve it.

this book is extremely detail about the CSI procedure until sometimes, i just skipped it a few paragraphs just because i'm not really understand about their term of words. but this book is quite good enough though.
This book contained the forensic evidence and investigation involved in 31 famous cases. The majority of them were very interesting, but a couple went into way too much detail that I found boring and tended to skip over sentences to get to the end - but other than the odd few it was a good mix of cases to read about.
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Nigel Cawthorne is an Anglo-American writer of fiction and non-fiction, and an editor. He has written more than 80 books on a wide range of subjects and has contributed to The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph Daily Mail and The New York Times. He has appeared on television and BBC Radio 4's Today programme.

Many of Nigel Cawthorne's books are compilations of popular history, without footnotes, referen
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