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The Bone Detectives: How Forensic Anthropologists Solve Crimes and Uncover…
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0316829358, Hardcover)In 1987, a skeleton was turned up near a Boy Scout camp in Missouri. A forensic anthropologist was brought and, using clues from the skeleton and some decaying clothes found nearby, determined that the victim was a young Asian woman. From there, police where able to determine the identity first of the victim and then of her killer. Using the Missouri case as a jumping-off point, The Bone Detectives provides an introduction for young readers to the science of forensics. Written for curious readers who are approaching adolescence, this book is sure to appeal to the nearly universal interest that age group exhibits for the macabre and the horrible.
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Explores the world of forensic anthropology and its applications in solving crimes.
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