By Douglas P. Lyle
This compilation of scientific and forensic technology questions from crime writers around the globe presents perception into scientific and forensic technological know-how in addition to a glimpse into the writer's artistic brain. How do hallucinogenic medicines have an effect on a blind individual? Will snake venom injected into fruit reason loss of life? How might you practice CPR in a helicopter? What occurs whilst a person swallows razor blades? How lengthy does it take blood to dry? Can DNA be received from a half-eaten bagel? D. P. Lyle, MD, solutions those and lots of extra interesting questions. The ebook is an invaluable and interesting source for writers and screenwriters, aiding them locate the data they should body a scenario and write a powerful description. television audience, readers who take pleasure in crime fiction, and those that need to know extra approximately forensic technology can stay alongside of the inside track and comprehend the technology at the back of felony research. From tense accidents to the coroner's place of work, the questions and solutions are divided into 5 elements, making it a compendium of the brilliant details that lies in the global of medication and forensics.
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