Become a blood expert like Dexter Morgan

Author Rod Englers, an FBI National Academy graduate, wrote a book, “Blood Secrets”, set to be released on April 13. “Blood Secrets” describes tools and techniques used to unravel blood spatter’s code. Any CSI or Dexter fan should read this book.

How can the police tell what type of murder weapon was used when the body is missing and all that’s left is a trace of gore? How can they tell if a victim was moved, or which person in a room fired the fatal shot? Englert lays out what he’s learned on a variety of intriguing cases, from puzzling murders in tiny, remote towns to the highest-profile celebrity trials–including O. J. Simpson, Robert Blake, and many others.

Rod Englert has forty years experience in law enforcement. A large part of his career he worked in narcotics and homicide. His expertise is in blood spatter analysis and murder scene reconstruction.

A must read for forensic investigations fans and for people interested in the real life cases used as an example.

The description of the book piques my interest even though I’m not a forensic fanatic, it might make an interesting read when I have a free week-end. The book is published by MacMillan and considering they raised all their e-books price to match their hard copy I would say just buy the hard copy. It will make an interesting book in your bookcase when you have guests that browse through your bookcase.

Now lets hope nobody comes with a book on how to be a serial killer like Dexter Morgan.

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