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Body of Evidence (Crime Files: Four Minute Forensic Mysteries) (edition 2006)

by Jeremy Brown (Author)

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Fifty-one baffling crime scenes need to be solved. Can you crack the case before CSI Wes Burton? You'll need to use all forensic evidence at your disposal, and Burton is the best. He can tell when a witness is lying by the flick of their wrist. His Crime Files contain the solution at the end of each mystery, but keep in mind, not every crime scene is as it appears. The mysteries may be short, but they can be tricky. You'll need to use all of your wits to weigh the evidence ...… (more)
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Title:Body of Evidence (Crime Files: Four Minute Forensic Mysteries)
Authors:Jeremy Brown (Author)
Info:Scholastic (2006), 197 pages
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Crime Files: Four-minute Forensic Mysteries: Body of Evidence by Jeremy Brown

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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
A great forensic type of book to read. Enjoyable.
  kyle123 | Mar 11, 2009 |
Lots of fun, if a bit short for my reading level.
  Aly_the_Spy | Feb 24, 2008 |
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Fifty-one baffling crime scenes need to be solved. Can you crack the case before CSI Wes Burton? You'll need to use all forensic evidence at your disposal, and Burton is the best. He can tell when a witness is lying by the flick of their wrist. His Crime Files contain the solution at the end of each mystery, but keep in mind, not every crime scene is as it appears. The mysteries may be short, but they can be tricky. You'll need to use all of your wits to weigh the evidence ...

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