This book explicitly chronicles 40 cases of unsolved murders and disappearances over a period of more than 160 years, tracing the evolution of criminal investigation and forensic techniques.
· 40 chapters document all the major unsolved murders and disappearances of the 19th and 20th centuries
· A complete chronology of unsolved murders and disappearances from 1841 to 2003, illustrating how murder investigations and forensic science have advanced
· 31 photographs depict the victims of unsolved murders and disappearances portrayed in this book
· Bibliography of books, magazine and newspaper articles, and websites about unsolved murders and disappearances
· Includes an appendix detailing milestones in the development of forensic techniques, from a Chinese text from 1248 explaining the differences between death by drowning and by strangulation, to the modern use of DNA
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HélËna Katz is an award-winning Canadian journalist with a master's degree in criminology from the Université de Montréal, Quebec.
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