How do investigators get from crime to conviction?
For the astonishing answer, Ramsland covers the latest cutting-edge techniques in crime scene investigation. Inspired by episodes from the fact-based C.S.I. television franchise, she illustrates the use of computers and toxicology in forensics, explores interrogation strategies, and revisits history’s most notorious crimes. And in considering the shows’ locales – Las Vegas, New York, and Miami – Ramsland divulges ways in which crimes are dependent on location, climate, and population and discloses ways of solving them in the twenty-first century.
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About Katherine Ramsland
Katherine Ramsland is the author of the acclaimed Anne Rice biography Prism of the Night, as well as The Vampire Companion, The Witches’ Companion, and The Anne Rice Trivia Book. She lives in Princeton, New Jersey.
Published by Berkley Sep 05, 2006| 320 Pages| 6 x 9| ISBN 9780425211595