J D Craig Houston di
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Anno Domini [Hardcover]
Di Piero AngelaUncategorized
Overall I liked the book - I read it to the end. The author goes in details into the life path of Frank who accidentally becomes an expert at creating busts of dead people from their skulls to help in the identification of the bodies, which generally have decomposed to quite a degree before being found by the police. Identifying the bodies seems to go a long way toward finding the murderer. Frank's talent is quite exceptional, and that's one of the interesting aspect of the book - the study of a highly talented person who follows his gift, even though it not the easiest path to becoming rich... At times, the author describes the tools and the actions of Frank to such a detail that it gets a bit long (but I guess if you are a highly visual person, you may enjoy the lengthy descriptions of the tools and processes). Frank gives names to his busts, and they helped making the busts more "human". A quite interesting di audit into te world of the police and forensic science.