Trails Tell Tales Dr. Mary Giblin

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Trails Tell Tales  by  Dr. Mary Giblin

Trails Tell Tales by Dr. Mary Giblin
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When a jogger reports the unremarkable dumping of a car in Brockley Forest, he sets in motion a long and complex forensic investigation that leads the rookie forensic team of Anna Devoy and Pete Williams in directions they never expected. HavingMoreWhen a jogger reports the unremarkable dumping of a car in Brockley Forest, he sets in motion a long and complex forensic investigation that leads the rookie forensic team of Anna Devoy and Pete Williams in directions they never expected.

Having discovered that the forest holds more sinister secrets than an abandoned car, they quickly find that they must dig deep into their own scientific skill and reasoning if they are to solve a crime whose clues uncover more questions than answers.Anna and Pete are in the final selection test.

Chief Lucy Machett is watching their every move. She has taught them and mentored them and now the time has come to see what they have learnt and who makes the grade. With only one place available the rookies, having survived a rigorous selection procedure to get to this point, must compete with each other to gain the sought-after prize.

They think they’re ready but it is only when barely perceptible clues are missed and potentially catastrophic conclusions are reached that they begin to realize that forensic investigation is a much more testing skill than they thought. They discover that it punishes the slightest lack of concentration and rewards those who search that little bit deeper. They also learn that only those with the right training and strength of character will find the trail.This is a gripping crime novel with an exciting difference.

It invites the reader to be more than just entertained- it explains the science behind each significant event. How exactly is DNA used to follow the trail of criminal investigation? How do forensic investigators avoid contaminating a crime scene when it is necessary for them to walk all over it? Why is it so important to photograph a crime scene when so many samples of different items are taken away for analysis? And what exactly happens in the laboratory when samples are submitted?Trails Tell Tales ‘Finding the Who in the Whodunnit’ answers these questions and leads you, the reader, through the same maze that forensic scientists encounter when they approach any crime.

You will realize that what you do and what you don’t do is important – and you’ll see the reason why. You will see why it is vital that a forensic investigator must always be open- minded and consider the improbable as well as the probable.



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