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Book Review: A Hard Death by Jonathan Hayes

Can a mistake make a pathologist lose those he holds most dear? Will it keep him from seeing the truth? Read More »

Book Review: Serial Killer Timelines: Illustrated Accounts of the World’s Most Gruesome Murders by Dr. Chris McNab

They’ve killed strangers, their own families, and business associates — and they all had their reasons, weird as they may be. Read More »

Book Review: The Real World of a Forensic Scientist by Dr. Henry C. Lee, Elaine M. Pagliaro, and Katherine Ramsland

Delve into the ways in which real experts solve crimes. Read More »

Book Review: Death: Corpses, Cadavers, and Other Grave Matters by Elizabeth A. Murray

“Everyone dies . . . but what happens inside the human body when death occurs?” Read More »

Book Review: House Rules by Jodi Picoult

A man with Asperger's Syndrome stands accused of murder with enough hard evidence to convict him. Read More »

TV Review: Bones – “The Proof in the Pudding”

The Squints get locked in the Jeffersonian to solve a top secret crime. Read More »

TV Review: CSI:NY – “Criminal Justice”

Mac must sort out the mess before a serious mistake is made in his latest investigation. Read More »

Capsule Reviews: CSI vs. NCIS

With four different forensics shows on home video, which gets top priority? Read More »

Bones’ Emily Deschanel and Hart Hanson Dish About Season Five

Bones' showrunner confirms Brennan and Booth will be examining their feelings for each other as well as corpses this season. Read More »

DVD Review: Criminal Minds: The Complete Fourth Season

If you haven’t checked this series out yet, you should give it a try. Read More »