By Douglas P. Lyle
A plain-English primer on crime scene research that is a needs to for fanatics of CSI or Patricia Cornwell
because the O. J. Simpson case, renowned curiosity in forensic technological know-how has exploded: CBS's CSI has sixteen to 26 million audience a week, and Patricia Cornwell's novels that includes a medical expert sleuth often most sensible bestseller lists, to quote quite a few examples. Now, each person can get the lowdown at the technology in the back of crime scene investigations. utilizing plenty of attention-grabbing case stories, forensics specialist Dr. D. P. Lyle clues humans in on every thing from making a choice on reason and time of demise to fingerprints, fibers, blood, ballistics, forensic computing, and forensic psychology. With its transparent, wonderful factors of forensic approaches and methods, this booklet may be an integral reference for secret fanatics and precise crime aficionados everywhere-and even comprises recommendation for individuals drawn to forensic technological know-how careers.
D. P. Lyle, MD (Laguna Hills, CA), is a working towards heart specialist who's additionally a forensics specialist and secret author. He runs an internet site that solutions writers' questions on forensics, dplylemd.com, and is the writer of homicide and Mayhem: a physician solutions scientific and Forensic Questions for Writers, in addition to a number of secret novels. John Pless, MD, is Professor Emeritus of Pathology at Indiana collage institution of drugs and previous President of the nationwide organization of health workers.