[Ebook] ↠ Blood, Bullets, and Bones: The Story of Forensic Science from Sherlock Holmes to DNA Author Bridget Heos – Tactical-player.co.uk

Blood, Bullets, and Bones: The Story of Forensic Science from Sherlock Holmes to DNA Blood, Bullets, And Bones Provides Young Readers With A Fresh And Fascinating Look At The Ever Evolving Science Of ForensicsSince The Introduction Of DNA Testing, Forensic Science Has Been In The Forefront Of The Publics Imagination, Thanks Especially To Popular Television Shows Like CSI Crime Scene Investigation But Forensic Analysis Has Been Practiced For Thousands Of Years Ancient Chinese Detectives Studied Dead Bodies For Signs Of Foul Play, And In Victorian England, Officials Used Crime Scene Photography And Criminal Profiling To Investigate The Jack The Ripper Murders In The Intervening Decades, Forensic Science Has Evolved To Use The Most Cutting Edge, Innovative Techniques And TechnologiesIn This Book, Acclaimed Author Bridget Heos Uses Real Life Cases To Tell The History Of Modern Forensic Science, From The First Test For Arsenic Poisoning To Fingerprinting, Firearm And Blood Spatter Analysis, DNA Evidence, And All The Important Milestones In Between By Turns Captivating And Shocking, Blood, Bullets, And Bones Demonstrates The Essential Role Forensic Science Has Played In Our Criminal Justice System

About the Author: Bridget Heos

Bridget Heos is the author of I, Fly, illustrated by Jennifer Plecas, Mustache Baby, illustrated by Joy Ang, and the sequel, Mustache Baby Meets His Match She has also writtenthan 100 nonfiction children s titles, including Stronger Than Steel, with photographs by Andy Comins The Scientists in the Field title and I, Fly were Junior Library Guild selections, and Mustache Baby has won several state awards Bridget lives in Kansas City with her husband and four children You can visit her on the Web at authorbridgetheos.com, on Facebook Author Bridget Heos, or on Twitter BridgetHeos.

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