Journal Published Online: 01 July 1997
Volume 42, Issue 4

Review of: Kurland, “How to Solve a Murder: The Forensic Handbook”



There are very few books that have been published on the subject riminalistics which are so outstanding that no forensic library d be considered complete without at least some of them. For ple, Gross' Criminal Investigation, Kirk's Crime Investigation, O'Hara and Osterburg's An Introduction to Criminalistics, rman and O'Connell's Modern Criminal Investigation, and sson and Wendel's Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation classic in their overview of this discipline.

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Leon MacDonnel, H
Laboratory of Forensic Science, Corning, New York
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