In the Wake of the Plague by Norman Canton Review

In the Wake of the Plague by Norman Canton Review

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The black Death in 1348, one-third of the world population died. The Black Death (so named in the 1800s) was likely bubonic plague and anthrax.
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All That Remains by Dame Sue Black Review

All That Remains by Dame Sue Black Review

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A look at life as a forensic anthropologist dealing with analysis and identification of corpses and skeletal remains.
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When the Dogs Don’t Bark by Angela Gallop Review

When the Dogs Don’t Bark by Angela Gallop Review

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A forensic scientist’s Search for the Truth, is Professor Angela Gallop’s personal account of the development of forensic science over the last 40 years.
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