Volume 23, Issue 2 (April 1978)
A Review of Science and Crime Detection
The style and content of the book are written and directed towards the reader who possesses a maximum of a secondary educational school background and has no familarity with the forensic sciences. The author presents his material in a clear and lucid fashion, wherever possible using simple and easily understandable examples. The book is profusely documented with photographs and reproductions of laboratory data to an extent that far exceeds some of the more advanced contemporary texts of its kind.