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The Casebook of Forensic Detection by Colin Evans
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Apr 29, 2008

really liked it

I thought this was an interesting book since I find forensics fascinating. It's not very gripping or intense, which you might think it should be from the "world's most baffling crimes," but it is very informative. I learned some interesting things.

Also, it had some key crimes in there (Hitler Diaries, Anastasia), but again, "world's most baffling"...I don't know. It's an good read though, if you're interested in learning a little bit more about the history of forensics.

DO NOT read this if you get squeemish easily or are prone to "mean world syndrome" (if you don't know what that is, I can let you know).

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