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Forensics (Kingfisher Knowledge)

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Explore the crime lab with Forensics and discover how detectives use science to solve crimes. From the scene of the crime to a criminal's conviction, discover how the marks of blood, footprints, and fingerprints can lead the police to criminals. Find out how specialists can match trace evidence, such as a single hair found on a victim, to the murderer. Learn how famous cri
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Hardcover, 64 pages
Published October 13th 2005 by Kingfisher (first published July 15th 2005)
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Sue
Jul 21, 2016 Sue rated it really liked it
Nice pictures.
Jose V.
Apr 28, 2011 Jose V. added it
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This informatinal book is totally awesome.It talks about how police and dectective catch robbers and criminals with gagets.I want to remember the "shrinking pool of sucspets" because it the most helpful tool.I would reccomend this book to friends that want to be a dectective when they grow-up.
Bella
Sep 29, 2012 Bella rated it it was amazing
So much valuable information presented in a simple, yet effective format, and in an interesting way. I love telling family and friends the amazing facts I have learnt from this book. Perfect for anyone interested in forensics and/or crime television shows and puzzle solving.
Justine Griffiths
so far, i have learned many things about how forensic scientists use the simplest things to figure out who killed people.
ilker s
Feb 27, 2010 ilker s rated it really liked it
actually it's not a scientific book, but you can find many interesting articles about forensics
Cristina
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so far i think its a really good book
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Richard Platt is the author of more than sixty informative books for young readers, and he also writes for innovative multimedia projects. Some of his most popular works have been collaborations with illustrator Stephen Biesty on the "Cross-Sections" series. After a failed attempt to forge a career as a photographer, Platt discovered that he had a knack for writing. "I started writing abou
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