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D. H. Dublin! D. H. Dublin (2007)
Blood Poison. A C.S.U. Investigation. Berkeley Books, New York
In a Philadelphia Police Department, the Crime Scene Unit takes blood, sweat, tears-and other DNA samples. More...
Patricia Cornwell! Patricia Cornwell (2003)
Postmortem. Pocket
Patricia Cronwell's first book in the Kay Scarpetta series is about a brilliant serial killer who is strangling young women. Kay is applying latest forensic techniques to identify the killer, but someone is sabotaging the investigation. More...
Kathy Reichs! Kathy Reichs (2012)
Bones Are Forever: A Novel. Scribner, 1st Edition.
Kathy Reichs, like her fictional character, Temperance Brennan, is forensic anthropologist for the province of Quebec, Vice President of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and a professor of anthropology at the University of North Carolina. Obviously, she knows what she is writing about. She also keeps you on the edge of your seat. More...
Benjamin Black! Benjamin Black (2011)
A Death in Summer: A Novel. Henry Holt and Co.
Brooding pathologist Dr. Quirke and Detective Inspector Hackett of Scotland Yard investigate the death of wealthy Richard Jewell, whose head has been blown off. In this smooth mystery novel set in 1950s Dublin, John Banville (pen name Benjamin Black) skillfully explores a broad cast of eccentric characters linked by a web of abuse, corruption, guilt, and desperation. More...
Douglas Starr! Douglas Starr (2010)
The Killer of Little Shepherds: A True Crime Story and the Birth of Forensic Science. Knopf
Carefully researched, articulate, gripping. One of the classics in true crime. A forensic thriller. More...
Ann Rule! Ann Rule (2007)
Too Late to Say Goodbye: A True Story of Murder and Betrayal. Free Press
Idyllic life in Atlanta's wealthy suburbs turned into jealous rage. Perhaps Ann Rule's best book so far with detailed descriptions of cutting-edge forensic techniques. More...

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