True Stories of CSI
The Real Crimes Behind the Best Episodes of the Popular TV Show
ISBN 9780425222348 | 288 pages | 02 Sep 2008 | Berkley | 6.25 x 5.23in | 18 - AND UP
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The bestselling forensic psychologist examines the true crimes that inspired the television smash hit, C.S.I.
Katherine Ramsland follows the evidence and revisits some of the most absorbing episodes of the phenomenally popular C.S.I. television franchise, and explores the real-life crimes that inspired them. She also looks into the authenticity of the forensic investigations recreated for the dramatizations, and the painstaking real-life forensic process employed in every one of the actual cases—from notorious mass-murderer Richard Speck, to the massacre of Buddhist monks in an Arizona Temple, to a baffling case of apparent spontaneous combustion.
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