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Title Crime Scene Asia: When forensic evidence becomes the silent witness  
ISBN 9789814634328
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
 
Author(s)
Liz Porter
 
Specifications 140 mm x 215 mm / 344 pp / Paperback
 
Publication Date Nov-2017
 
Target Audience General
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About the Book

The body of a woman is found in a Singapore nature park. Nobody has reported her missing and no one knows who she is. The only clue to her identity is a series of tiny numbers etched into her dental implants.

In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a married man is arrested for the murder of his mistress. The police are adamant that he is her killer. However, forensic evidence tells a different story altogether.

The Bali bombing investigation was essentially a giant murder case: one with 202 victims and three crime scenes. But outstanding investigative work by forensic scientists helped to identify the bombers and bring them to trial.

This casebook of 16 fascinating true stories from Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, the Philippines and Indonesia by award-winning Australian true crime writer Liz Porter shows how forensic science is used to catch killers, solve mysteries and exonerate falsely accused suspects.

About the Author

Liz Porter is an Australian writer best known for her prize-winning books about “the real CSI” — the way forensic science is used to solve crime. She is also the author of Written on the Skin: an Australian forensic casebook, joint winner of the 2007 Ned Kelly award for the best true crime book, and Cold Case Files, winner of Australian Sisters in Crime’s 2012 Davitt award for best true crime book.
   
 
  
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