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Product description

First criminals could easily get away with murder. Then a killer was caught out by a bloody thumbprint. Now even microscopic clues can be used to collar crooks.

This crafty guide gives you the low-down on how the experts crack crime. Sneak a peek inside and you’ll uncover the correct way to dust for dabs, how to work out if someone’s disguising their handwriting, and why a dead body can reveal crucial clues. Keep your eyes peeled and you’ll discover how DNA solved the mystery of a missing princess, why maggots can help to convict a criminal, and which murderer sealed his fate by polishing his shoes.

Try your hand at a spot of DIY detection. Have you got what it takes to crack a case?

Product Details

Series

Totally

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407114521

Date published

May 3rd, 2010

Other details
  • 128 pages
Condition

New

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  1. coolcars
    on 9 July 2012

    I couldn’t put this down. It was great and contained lots of true crimes and how the police find criminals. I read most of it before I went to bed which was a mistake.

    5out of 5