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Book Title: Never Suck A Dead Man's Hand: Curious Adventures of a CSI|
The author of the book: Dana Kollmann
ISBN 13: 9780806528229
Date of issue: February 1st 2007
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With plenty of insider's insight--and without pulling any punches--Dana Kollmann introduces the real science and the actual process of crime scene investigation as she recounts her life as a CSI in all its fascinating and gritty detail. Whether explaining rigor mortis or insect infestation rates, speeding to an accident scene or cautiously entering a crime scene, she shows what it's really like to work in the front lines as a forensic expert. With an eye for detail, and a frank and often witty voice, Kollman allows readers to cross the crime-scene tape, and visit a world most civilians never knew existed--letting them see and smell the bodies, hear the bugs and walk through dozens of cases. Never Suck a Dead Man's Hand will offer a perspective as informative as it is irreverent, and is the first real look at the day-to-day life of a crime scene investigator.
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Read information about the authorDana Kollmann examines ancient skulls on the weekends, teaches anthropology during the week, and her four young children can sum up their mother's passion in three words: "Mama studies bones."
She has had a dead man's finger in her mouth. She also has been covered in bugs. She interviewed a pig and a man who carried on extensive conversations with his imaginary wife. Kollmann spent 10 years as a crime-scene investigator in Baltimore County, and her debut book, Never Suck a Dead Man's Hand: Curious Adventures of a CSI, recounts these and other strange and occasionally harrowing situations that accompany the job.
- excerpted from Baltimore Sun and Baltimore City Paper