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A Smithsonian curator and top FBI consultant shows how archaeological discoveries help solve twentieth-century crimes - and how modern criminology has helped unveil the secrets of the ancients.
"When a terrible truth about a death lies mingled in the soil, or identity is reduced to a single bone, investigators call Douglas Ubelaker. Dr. Ubelaker is truly one of the finest forensic sleuths of our time." - Patricia D. Cornwell, author of All That Remains
1992, hardcover; 317 pages.
Condition: Dustjacket good, book good/very good. Edgewear to dustjacket, some rubbing on corners of dustjacket. Small chips in top edge of closed book. Interior pages clean and unmarked.
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