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[free Summary] Blood Poison A CSU Investigation author D.H. Dublin

  • Paperback
  • 304
  • Blood Poison A CSU Investigation
  • D.H. Dublin
  • English
  • 01 April 2019
  • 9780425216880

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READ & DOWNLOAD Þ Blood Poison A CSU Investigation READ Blood Poison A CSU Investigation From the author of Body Trace the new forensics novel in the CSU Investigation series In the Philadelphia Police Department the Crime Scene Unit takes blood sweat tears and other DNA samples The death by ove. Another great read by Dublin I m ready for the next one

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READ & DOWNLOAD Þ Blood Poison A CSU Investigation READ Blood Poison A CSU Investigation Nsics detective Madison Cross investigates the less his death makes any sense But as she entangles herself in the web of their perverse family Madison realizes to her horror that the killer is honing in on h. Set in Philly a young medical school graduate Madison Cross decides to forego her residency and join the crime lab Well written fast read of a mystery This is the type of mystery I enjoy no gratuitous sex or violencejust plain old good detective work with a little thinking outside the box Claudine join the crime lab Well written fast read of a mystery This is the type of mystery I enjoy no gratuitous sex or violencejust plain old good detective work with a little thinking outside the box

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READ & DOWNLOAD Þ Blood Poison A CSU Investigation READ Blood Poison A CSU Investigation Rdose of Derek Grant environmentalist and vegetarian comes as a shock to almost everyone His distraught wheelchair bound father Horace who found the corpse wonders how Derek could do this And the rookie fore. I read the other books in this series a while ago but this one was hard to find so I suspect they all may be out of print What I remember of the others was that they were lighter forensic novels not the gory details of say Patricia Cornwell or Kathy Reichs books and this one was much the samePerhaps they are geared towards teenagersyoung adults because the main character is a young doctor who decides she d rather work for the Philadelphia Crime Scene Unit part of the police department where her uncle is a Lieutenant than practice medicine Her role doesn t seem very well defined in the book as she is tasked with going to a crime scene where a young guy is found dead in his kitchen and keeping eye on the body until the van comes to pick it up Sounds like entry level scut work but had she not been stuck at that scene she would have been at another crime scene digging up the bones of a woman who died about a year earlier a job that is usually done by a seasoned professional They do rely on her medical knowledge to figure out some details on what might have killed the guy in the kitchen but most of the investigative work is done by othersAs with many books things seemed awfully coincidental and I felt Dublin made certain clues obvious another sign that she might have been writing for a younger audience less familiar with forensics I knew long before the end what really happened to the guy in the kitchen The case of the woman who was found after a year played a minor role in the book but I thought that plotline was better written as it left me guessing oftenI would probably read other books if this series started up again just to see if the main character matures as she gets involved in the job but I believe I have now read all that were published The Feather Thief: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century job that is usually done by a seasoned professional They do rely on her medical knowledge to figure out some details on what might have killed the guy in the kitchen but most of the investigative work is done by othersAs with many books things seemed awfully coincidental and I felt Dublin made certain clues obvious another sign that she might have been writing for a younger audience less familiar with forensics I knew long before the end what really happened to the guy in the kitchen The case of the woman who was found after a year played a minor role in the book but I thought that plotline was better written as it left me guessing oftenI would probably read other books if this series started up again Anticancer (Evol - dev't personnel) just to see if the main character matures as she gets involved in the The Feral The last Line Book One job but I believe I have now read all that were published