Investigating CSI by Donn Cortez
Inside the Crime Labs of Las Vegas, Miami and New York (Smart Pop series)

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This selection of smart, accessible essays covers CSI's cutting-edge science, intriguing mysteries, and engaging personal dynamics. Essays from experts in the field illuminate such processes as DNA testing, ballistics, crime-scene photography, and autopsy procedure. With pieces that focus on the leads' varying appeals, the history of forensics on television, the show's treatment of alternate sexualities, and whether the incredible attention to detail actually gives criminals an advantage, this anthology provides an in-depth investigation that enriches the viewing experience.

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Donn Cortez is the pseudonym for Don DeBrandt, who has authored several novels. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.
Published September 10, 2006 by Smart Pop. 233 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy, Crime. Non-fiction

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In Investigating CSI, a new entrant in the series, essays range from the humorous to the serious to the really rather gross, as writers examine the scientific authenticity of the various storylines, the effect of the shows on the expectations of the general populace and the franchise as popular e...

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