Cold Case Files

Cold Case Files Cold case investigators scrape back paint in a renovated flat where a murder was committed twelve years earlier and find a blood stain that leads them to a killer Scientists extract DNA from crime sc

  • Title: Cold Case Files
  • Author: Liz Porter
  • ISBN: 9781742610092
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cold case investigators scrape back paint in a renovated flat where a murder was committed twelve years earlier, and find a blood stain that leads them to a killer Scientists extract DNA from crime scene samples collected in 1973, and a 21st century hunt for a triple murderer begins A forensic dentist probes the mysterious death of an ancient Egyptian mummy A long forgoCold case investigators scrape back paint in a renovated flat where a murder was committed twelve years earlier, and find a blood stain that leads them to a killer Scientists extract DNA from crime scene samples collected in 1973, and a 21st century hunt for a triple murderer begins A forensic dentist probes the mysterious death of an ancient Egyptian mummy A long forgotten palm print leads detectives to the real perpetrator of a murder for which an innocent man has already served 12 years jail.In this collection of fascinating cold cases from Australia, the UK and the US, award winning writer Liz Porter shows how modern forensic science can unlock solutions for crimes and mysteries unsolved for decades, and, in some cases, centuries.Praise for Liz Porter each of her stories reads like good crime fiction a compulsive read The Sydney Morning Herald A delightful and entertaining writer Weekend Australian

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    About "Liz Porter"

    1. Liz Porter

      Liz Porter is a journalist who began her career in Hong Kong and then worked in Sydney, London and Stuttgart before returning to her home town of Melbourne, where she is a feature writer for the Sunday Age She has won awards for her writing on legal issues and has published a novel She lives with her partner, her daughter and the obligatory female writer quota of two cats and is a hopelessly devoted fan of the St Kilda Football Club.

    392 thoughts on “Cold Case Files”

    1. There’s a lot to rummage through in Liz Porter’s follow-on to the successful ‘Written On The Skin’, and a lot of the rummaging takes place in cases that, for one reason or another (largely incompetence), remained unsolved at the time. But not all, because believe it or not people got convicted by a jury good and true, and one even got hanged - in the days pre-forensic science and especially DNA – some people just got unlucky (read fitted up).The mind boggles really, and Porter’s easy [...]



    2. Really interesting book.Ver much like watching the tv show. It was fascinating how crimes were solved in many different ways and also after many criminals believed they had got away withn it.


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