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'Proclaimed in Blood' is an insight into the world of forensics, outstanding expertise where every obstacle is a challenge.
Hardcover, 1st, 240 pages
Published 1995 by Headline Book Publishing
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Hugh Miller (1802–1856) was a self-taught Scottish geologist and writer and folklorist.

Among his geological works are The Old Red Sandstone (1841), The Testimony of the Rocks (1856), and Sketch-book of Popular Geology. Of these books, perhaps The Old Red Sandstone was the best-known. The Old Red Sandstone is still a term used to collectively describe sedimentary rocks deposited as a result of the
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