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“Dr. Richard Saferstein's Criminalistics continues to be the gold standard of forensic science textbooks. He is simply unrivaled in his skill at making the crime lab exciting and accessible to all readers, ranging from forensic scientists and pathologists, to attorneys and judges, to law enforcement, to students and enthusiasts of all ages. I have, since the beginning of my career, relied upon various editions of Criminalistics, its accuracy, integrity and detail never failing me.
This compelling, latest updated edition of Criminalistics should be in every library and classroom, especially now in this era of proliferating forensic scientific advancements that make the impossible possible and mistakes unpardonable.” – Patricia Cornwell
Patricia Cornwell's recent bestsellers include Predator, Trace and Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper - Case Closed. Her brand-new thriller At Risk will be published by Putnam in May 2006. Patricia Cornwell is Director of Applied Forensic Science at the National Forensic Academy.
Informative and very interesting. Book in fair condition but well worth the money.Published 3 months ago by Tiffany Jansky
A great introduction into the life of forensic science. It is interesting to see on TV but even greater to delve into the real essence of the science.Published 6 months ago by Posies and cats
One of the things rather puzzling is that while the binding and the printing job is good, the book contained numerous typos. ???Published 6 months ago by A. Douglas Ordunio
Criminalistics is obviously for a student or professor interested in forensics. This is a standard text, maybe written a little better than some. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dr.L.
Excellent book, I used it for homeschooling and completely devoured the book. I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in Forensic Science!Published 10 months ago by Jasmyne Teoma