Volume 21, Issue 1 (January 1976)
A Review of “Forensic Medicine”
The text of this concise volume attempts to cover all major aspects of forensic pathology and forensic medicine. The book is interesting, fairly timely, and easy to read. It is apparently designed to begin the education of the medical student, attorney, and novice criminal investigator in the rudiments of forensic medicine. In this, the book is quite successful, utilizing, in part, a format of question and answer. This can be particularly useful to a person who is developing a technique or method of investigation for the casual medicolegal case. This is the second edition of this little book that has found its way into my library, and I use it to give to a student to read over several days as a start in the field.