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The Natural History of Crime Case Studies in Death and the Clues Nature Leaves Behind

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By: Patricia Wiltshire(Author)
326 pages
The Natural History of Crime
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  • The Natural History of Crime ISBN: 9781789466485 Hardback Mar 2024 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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"I love puzzles, and finding answers is the only truly enjoyable part of what I do."

This is because Professor Patricia Wiltshire is a forensic ecologist, her days spent at crime scenes collecting samples, standing over dead bodies in a mortuary, or looking down her microscope for evidence. Nature has given us a messy, imperfect world, but her job is to help make sense of it when we need to most.

A pioneer of forensic ecology – using the natural world to help solve crimes – Patricia has been involved in some of the most high-profile murder cases. Not only does she help the police solve crimes and give answers to the most bemusing circumstances but she can help exonerate the innocent and enable confessions from the guilty.

Through a study of her most infamous cases, we join Patricia in putting the puzzle together, teasing the evidence out of her cases – 'a garden came out of his hair' – and showing us all how life and death have always been, and always will be, intertwined.

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Professor Patricia Wiltshire has worked on over 300 criminal cases across the UK, including some of the highest profile cases of the past twenty-five years. A leading voice in forensic science, she has worked with every police force in the UK on cases involving rape, murder, abduction, neglect and searching for graves and hidden remains.

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By: Patricia Wiltshire(Author)
326 pages
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