Volume 20, Issue 4 (October 1975)
A Review of “Crime Investigation”
Over the past ten years there has been a vast increase in the amount of literature available in the field of forensic science. Much of this work is highly specialized, requiring a certain level of expertise to utilize the material, and still more is overly broad and therefore shallow. Worst of all, some has been written by persons with only a cursory knowledge of their topic. In view of this, the second edition of Crime Investigation, by Dr. Paul J. Kirk, is a welcome volume.