This casebook gives a fascinating insight into how evidence, gleaned by some of Britain’s most famous forensic scientists, solved many of the classic murder cases in the twentieth century. By John Sanders
Forensic Casebook of Crime
Blood, bruises, semen, maggots, tiny fractures, poison, spent bullets, smoke-marks – these and a host of other thinks reveal to the forensic pathologist how murder victims lived and died, when and why they were killed. Today, no crime-busting techniques are of greater value to detectives than those provided by forensic science.