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Book: An UnFair Advantage by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
In murder investigations, Oklahoma follows the 72-hour rule, where officers closely investigate the first 48 hours after the homicide and the 24 hours prior to the homicide. Erik Saxton, a Black, partially paralyzed achondroplasia dwarf, was found murdered by Clara Blocker, a 5'10" white drug addict. In this case the investigations success can be judged by the final outcome.
 
Book: Written In Blood - A Forensic Handwriting Mystery by Sheila Lowe
The widow of a rich, older man, Paige Sorensen is younger than and hated by her stepchildren. And they're dead set on proving that she forged their father's signature on his will, which left his entire estate, including the Sorensen Academy for Girls, to her. Claudia admits she's intrigued by this real-life soap opera, and breaks her first rule: never get personally involved. But she's grown [...]
 
Book: Poison Pen - A Forensic Handwriting Mystery by Sheila Lowe
Before her body was found floating in her Jacuzzi, publicist-to- the-stars Lindsey Alexander had few friends, but plenty of lovers. To her ex- friend-forensic handwriting expert Claudia Rose-she was a ruthless, back- stabbing manipulator. But even Claudia is shocked by Lindsey's startling final note: "It was fun while it lasted!" It would be easier on the police-and Claudia-to write it off as [...]
 
Book: Last Writes - A Forensic Handwriting Mystery by Sheila Lowe
Claudia's friend Kelly learns that she's an aunt when her estranged half-sister Erin shows up in desperate need of help. Erin and her husband have been living as member of The Temple of Brighter Light in an isolated compound. Now Erin's husband and child have disappeared, leaving behind a cryptic note. Using her skills as a forensic handwriting expert, Claudia gains entry to the compound. She has [...]
 
Book: In Pursuit of Justice - Applications of Forensic Psychology by Aubrey Durkin
Forensic Psychology, which is a fairly recent specialty within the field of psychology, has emerged as a formidable augment to the criminal justice system. Forensic Psychology assists the trier of fact in determining multiple factors that can complicate guilt versus innocence. It is a specialty that also caters to the unique psychological needs of those who work under the criminal justice [...]
 
Book: Forensic Science for Writers by Phill Jones, Ph.D.
2013 Silver Award Winner in the Writing/Publishing division of the Independent Publisher Book Awards contest. Do you want forensics to play a starring role in your fiction, but you find that you're not quite sure what it's all about? Forensic Science for Writers reveals how investigators analyze blood, DNA, fingerprints, hair, documents, ammunition, corpses, and other physical evidence. From the [...]
 
Book: Wounded Heroes Book Two - Trespasses by Anne Patrick
When the skeletal remains of three young women are discovered on the vacation estate of a U.S. Senator, Special Agent Gabe Sullivan and local forensic sketch artist Mackayla Kensington team up to solve the murders. A profiler for fourteen years, Gabe knows his skills are useless until they discover the identity of the victims. As the two begin to work the case together, Gabe finds himself [...]
 
Book: Dead Write - A Forensic Handwriting Mystery by Sheila Lowe
When it comes to solving murder, sometimes the pen can be mightier than the sword ... Handwriting expert Claudia Rose heads to the Big Apple at the behest of Grusha Olinetsky, the notorious founder of an elite dating service whose members are mysteriously dying. Drawn into the feckless lives of the rich and single, Claudia finds herself in a twisted world of love and lies fueled by desperation. [...]
 
Book: Forensic Psychology Case Studies and Typologies by Aubrey Durkin
Forensic Psychology is an exciting, emerging field! The study entails the same principles as clinical psychology but is applicable to law and order. In this booklet we will explore the distinction between case studies and typologies, then wrap up with how they integrate. Disclaimer: I am not a licensed psychologist. This is a school project I wrote for my graduate program in Forensic Psychology [...]
 
Book: What She Saw (Forensic Handwriting Mysteries) by Sheila Lowe
Imagine waking to the shock of finding yourself on a train and realizing that you don't know who you are, where you are coming from, where you are going. And with the certain knowledge that you cannot afford to reveal your plight to anyone, least of all the police. A story of psychological suspense that follows a young woman through the terrifying labyrinth of amnesia, where no one is who or what [...]
 
Book: Carve Up by Tony Nash
John Hunter helped send down for a lesser crime an unknown serial killer thirteen years ago. The killer, a highly intelligent pervert, who carves an intriguing design on the foreheads of his victims and gets his kicks from sniffing the panties he pulls off them, is on a new killing spree, but has been coldly planning a diabolical revenge for all those years, and now has everything in place for [...]
 
Book: Murder on Tiptoes by Tony Nash
This is the first book in a series featuring Detective Chief Inspector Tony Dyce, his forensic pathologist wife-to-be, Jane Keller, Sergeant John "Ach, ma grannie's arse" Bell, and the rest of the team. A diabolically clever serial killer, who leaves either no clue, or clues deliberately intended to mislead, has already successfully had two innocent men imprisoned for the murders of almost a [...]
 
Book: Stormcaller (Portals) by P. L. Blair
Tlaloc, worshipped by the ancient Aztecs as a god of rains, storms and disease, has come to Corpus Christi, Texas, with an ultimatum: He will be worshiped as in times past, including Human sacrifice, or he will destroy the Texas coastline with a hurricane. It's up to Police Detective Kat Morales, her Elven partner Tevis and the rest of an elite team headed by the Wizard Arvandus to stop Tlaloc [...]
 
Book: Murder by Proxy by Tony Nash
Another page-turning novel in the series featuring Detective Chief Inspector Tony Dyce, his forensic pathologist wife, Jane Keller, Sgt John 'Ach, ma grannie's arse!' Bell and the rest of the team. A serial killer is murdering elderly victims, using a unique method that has the medical profession fooled. Mystery, murder, sex, humour, and a whole lot of intimate, authentic forensic science, a la [...]
 
Book: Murder on the Back Burner by Tony Nash
The fourth in the murder/mystery series, featuring Detective Chief Inspector Tony Dyce, of the Norfolk Constabulary, and his forensic pathologist wife, Jane Keller. A talented, well-funded killer is targetting ex-Metropolitan police officers, using a series of bizarre methods, which Jane uncovers, one by one. The forensic science is deep, dirty and diligent in the autopsy scenes, as ever, and [...]
 
Book: The Mentor by Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli
As Scotland Yard chief forensics detective Eric Shaw works a case with some resemblance to a crime he investigated twenty years earlier, he is convinced it is just a coincidence. But when more deaths occur in a style similar to those killings from the past, Shaw suspects that he has a serial killer on his hands one who is pursuing a personal, cold-blooded vendetta. Working closely with his [...]
 
Book: One Voice Raised - A Triumph Over Rape by Jennifer Wheatley Wolf
2013 ELit Bronze Medal Winner! Since publication of One Voice Raised, 2 more cold-case rapes have been linked through DNA to serial rapist, William Joseph Trice making 4 known victims... so far. *May 31, 1987 in Montgomery County, Maryland. *August, 1988 in Silver Springs, Maryland"It brings peace of mind to Trice's victims to know their attacker has been caught and convicted. The importance of [...]
 
Book: Into the Mind of a Killer - A Diagnostic Battery of Charles Manson by Aubrey Durkin
Have you ever found yourself curious about what goes on inside the mind of a killer? What makes them want to kill? What influences shaped their propensity for murder? Charles Manson is an infamous serial killer, but it is what sets him apart from others of his kind. Manson was a charismatic individual who led others to kill during the famed Helter Skelter. In this diagnostic piece you will gain [...]
 
Book: Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation by Barry A. J. Fisher, David Fisher
"If you are a Professional Crime Scene Investigator, then this book is a must have for both your personal forensic reference library, as well as your office reference library." Edward W. Wallace Jr., Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst, Retired First Grade Detective, NYPD "Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation is a well-written, comprehensive guide to the investigative and technical aspects of [...]
 
Book: Skeleton Trail by Kasey Riley
A mummified body found in a National Forest, brings FBI forensic specialist David Harrison to remote Riverview, Colorado where Megan and Kam lead him to the corpse. Surprised by the women's strength and independence, he realizes they need him for his forensic skills only. They could have brought the body out without his help. Bullets and a blizzard force Kam and David to an abandoned cabin. [...]
 
Book: Rage by Lawrence Gold
Rage is a murder, mystery, thriller that raises important issues in forensic science, psychology today, and the practice of clinical psychiatry. Strange things are happening in Hillsborough, the affluent suburb of San Francisco: normal people without a hint of psychiatric problems suddenly become violent. None have motive for assault or murder, and being residents of Hillsborough is the only [...]
 
Book: The Silk Code by Paul Levinson
Phil D'Amato, an NYC forensic detective (also featured in several of Levinson's popular short stories and two subsequent novels), is caught in an ongoing struggle that dates all the way back to the dawn of humanity on Earth--and one of his best friends is a recent casualty. Unless Phil can unravel the genetic puzzle of the Silk Code, he'll soon be just as dead. Winner Locus Award for Best First [...]
 
Book: Murder By Association - A Stanford Carter Prequel (Stanford Carter Murder Mystery Book 2) by Gary Starta
As Boston's most lethal serial killer jeopardizes the city's anniversary celebration, CSI Detective Stanford Carter desperately fights for forensic clues to nail the perp. But the "Plunger" after stabbing his victims through the heart, leaves only Tarot cards as evidence. The mayor demanding an arrest is also keeping a secret. Soon, something even more dangerous threatens the city. Carter must [...]
 
Book: CommWealth by Michael D. Smith
The CommWealth system, introduced just six months previously, has created a society in which there is no legal claim to any kind of private property. Any object from your house to the clothes you're wearing can be demanded by anyone, to be enjoyed for thirty days before anyone else can request it. As actors in the Forensic Squad theatrical troupe adapt to this giddy chaos, CommWealth probes their [...]
 
Book: To Touch a Thief - An Everly Gray Novella by L. j. Charles
From USA Today Bestselling Author, L. j. Charles: Forensic accountant Jayne Hunt will do whatever it takes to catch the thief stealing charitable contributions from Steele Management, Inc.--even if it means asking Everly Gray and her bothersome ESP fingers for help. Parker Steele has a solid, tactical strategy to disrupt Jayne's spreadsheet fixation with his charms, and claim her for his [...]
 
Book: Surviving Sydney - A Wicked Tails Story by Shelby Kent-Stewart
Sydney Forrest has secrets. A forensic scientist for a clandestine international firm by day, by night she assumes whatever identity is necessary to search for those who are lost, the ones time has forgotten. Returning to the states from a two-month assignment in Bahrain, Jordan Dunham wants answers. A mysterious disc has shown up, one which could ultimately blow their cover and endanger Sydney's [...]
 
Book: Understanding Domestic Violence by Aubrey Durkin
Domestic violence. We know it happens. It's the hushed social catastrophe that compels its victims into silent despair. It's the hope it will not happen again. It's the quiet cry for help. Domestic violence knows no bounds of age, sex, or social status. Here we will look at modern research findings, many of which may surprise you. You will also see the dynamics that imprison victims and make them [...]
 
Book: The Coopers Field Murder (DCI Martin Phelps Cardiff Bay Series Book 2) by Wonny Lea
The first novel in this series, "Jack-Knifed" saw the introduction of Detective Chief Inspector Martin Phelps and his sidekick Detective Sergeant Matt Pryor, solving the horrendous murder of a young, gay man in Cardiff. But it's all about teamwork and in this, the second book, we once again see the vital roles played by Alex Griffiths, heading up the SOC team and Professor Moore the brilliant, [...]
 
Book: The Poisonous Ten by Tyler Compton
A woman is found in an abandoned house, the victim of cyanide poisoning which has mottled her skin and turned her blood a dark shade of purple. Detective David Parks, battling his standing within the LAPD, is brought on to solve the murder. He is joined by forensic toxicologist Jacqueline Isley to solve what becomes a series of gruesome murders: A famous photographer bleeds to death from his eyes [...]
 
Book: For Love or Money (Entangled Ignite) by Cathy Perkins
When Holly Price trips over a friend's dead body while hiking, her life takes a nosedive into a world of intrigue and danger. The verdict is murder--and Holly is the prime suspect. Of course, the fact that the infinitely sexy--and very pissed off--cop threatening to arrest her is JC Dimitrak, who just happens to be Holly's jilted ex-fiance, doesn't help matters. To protect her future, her [...]
 
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