BLOODY EVIDENCE CSI: Tracking the Killers

Author: Sheridan (Michael)
Year: 2006
Publisher: Mentor Books
Edition Details: 1st Irish Edn.
Book Condition: F.
ISBN: 9781842102978
Price: 5.00
Softcover. Killers do not have to prove their innocence. It is the burden of others to prove their guilt beyond any reasonable doubt. Detection, crime scene investigation and forensic science have evolved hugely as killers become increasingly aware of the need to cover their tracks and destroy evidence. Murder has become an epidemic in Ireland and the patterns, methods and motives mirror the progress of this disease in other countries. The author illustrates the complex nature of a murder investigation by exploring modern and well-established techniques of detection through a number of cases, such as the horrific Black Dahlia murder in which the victim was cut in half and drained of blood; the bizarre murder of 6yr old JonBenet Ramsey, which 10yrs on had hit world headlines again; or the savage West of Ireland murder of teenager Siobhan Hynes. Also includes : Sarah Payne, Rachel O'Reilly, Nicole Simpson, Colin Pitchfork plus much more. Illus. in colour and b/w. With Epilogue + Bibliog. 237pp. trade size softcover. From the library of true crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate. F. with no creasing to covers.


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