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BOOK REVIEW: Time of Death by Mark Billingham

Detective Tom Thorne once again finds himself outside of his normal North London stomping ground as his holiday in the Cotswolds with girlfriend, Helen Weeks, is hijacked by the disappearance of two teenagers from Helen’s home town. 314 more words

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TBR Thursday 57...

Episode 57

The TBR remains steady at 135! And I’m still reading all the same books as I was reading this time last week – oops! 917 more words

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This Week In Books (May 20)

Hosted by Lypsyy Lost & Found my Wednesday post gives you a taste of what I am reading this week. A similar meme is run by… 366 more words

Weekly Posts

The long lens of the law

We already use microbiology routinely in forensic pathology for identifying potential organisms which could be causing a disease or infecting a wound.  However work in recent years looks like it might be adding some more roles for the microbiologist in forensic investigations. 446 more words

Time of Death by Mark Billingham

The 13th book in the Tom Thorne series and again does not disappoint.  Excellent story telling, great characters and this  time a setting outside of London!!

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Crime and Science Radio: A Fly for the Prosecution: An Interview with Forensic Entomologist Dr. Lee Goff

Join Jan Burke and me as we discuss bugs and bodies with forensic entomologist Dr. M. Lee Goff.

BIO: Dr. M. Lee Goff is one of the founding members of the American Board of Forensic Entomology, from which he retired in 2013.   416 more words

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The tell-tale fly

Most of us would rather not think about what happens to our bodies after death. But that breakdown gives birth to new life in unexpected ways, writes Mo Costandi in this week’s… 663 more words