DISCOVER THE CHANGING NATURE OF CRIME, FROM PREHISTORIC TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY, AND THE FASCINATING METHODS OF ITS DETECTION
By: Brian Lane
Large Hardback in Good Condition, the cover edges are slightly scuffed
A DK Eyewitness Guide
"Here is a new and exciting guide to the fascinating world of crime and detection. From John Dillinger's death mask to a scene-of-crime forensics kit, superb colour photographs offer a unique 'eyewitness' view of famous crimes and the evidence that has brought criminals to justice
* SEE * LEARN * DISCOVER * AND MUCH, MUCH MORE *
Can be collected from Ilam in Christchurch (within 5 days of auction ending)
* I post the day, or following day I receive payment * I am more than happy to combine postage * I will post at the cheapest rate * I will refund if not completely satisfied * New Listings every Monday
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Christchurch City, Canterbury, NZ