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2018-06-26
Frances Glessner Lee and the Nutshell studies of Unexplained Death
Bruce Goldfarb
Sourcebooks
Spring 2020
-- pp
書籍編號:
03-10553
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● 內文簡介

Raised with wealth and privilege, Frances Glessner Lee was a socialite and miniaturist. But as she grew older, she decided to follow her passion: crime scene investigation. And she became being the mother of modern forensic science. Her most famous and fascinating contribution are the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death, miniature crime scenes created to teach policemen how to investigate a crime scene without touching the evidence.

 

● 作者簡介

Bruce Goldfarb is a trained forensic investigator and the executive assistant to the Chief Medical Examiner at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for the State of Maryland, where the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death are housed. Apart from the exclusive access to source material for this biography, Goldfarb previously worked as a journalist with news and feature stories in publications such as USA Today, Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, American Health, and American Archaeology among others.

 

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