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Deadhouse by John Temple
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Oct 13, 2008

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Nothing spectacular in this book. It really didn't seem as if the author knew where he wanted to go with it. I think he should have followed the experiences of the interns. Got the feeling that it was written on the cuff, almost as if to take advantage of the current climate of interest in forensics. There was some good information and certainly was worth reading, but overall wasn't impressed. Was he on some timeline to produce it within a certain limit? Who knows. Often repetitive too.

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