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A wisecracking CSI uses the latest forensic techniques to crack a series of short, seemingly unsolvable cases.
Twenty-five forensic mysteries are solved by CSI Wes Burton and his cast of quirky but lovable characters, including pathologist Dr. Crown, CSI technician Mike Trellis, Detectives Radley and Gibson, and Ed, the search-and-rescue border collie. Crime scenes include everything from exploding flour in a restaurant kitchen, to a boy who lies about eating a piece of cake, to a man who dies accidentally while tanning himself. Burton and his coworkers use science to prove that strangulation with a towel leaves unique imprints, that antique flowers are deadly, and that insects can tell a good story.
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Jeremy Brown has been writing fiction, comedy sketches and screenplays since 1993 and in 1998 earned a B.A. in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing from the Western Michigan University College of Arts and Sciences. He received the Johnston Award for Best Fiction during his time at WMU.
Writing the scenarios for the Crime Files: Four-Minute Forensic Mysteries series is a challenge Jeremy enjoys, blending forensic facts with entertaining characters and dialogue. He lives in southwest Michigan, and every winter considers moving elsewhere.
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Book Description Scholastic Audio Cassette, 2006. AudioCD. Condition: Good. 2 AUDIO CDs in the clamshell case withdrawn from the library collection. Library markings and stickers to the CDs. Some shelf wear to the box. Each audio cd is in an individual slot, protected and clear sounding AND POLISHED. Enjoy this audio performance!. Seller Inventory # sparkle41512288