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F.I. one : memoirs of a forensic investigator / Jack Sturiano.

By: Sturiano, Jack.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : Uniform Press, 2019Description: 148 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781912690305; 1912690306.Other title: FI one.Subject(s): Sturiano, Jack | Forensic pathology | Forensic pathologistsDDC classification: 614.1092 Summary: After working in a morgue for twenty-four years, Jack V. Sturiano knows thousands of them. Here he provides a compelling, first-hand account of the real world of forensic medicine. A far cry from the sensationalized drama of crime scene forensics on TV and in film, FI One shares the reality of working with death every day for more than two decades.-- Google Books.
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Imagine working at the morgue for twenty-four years. Every corpse has a story. This is a first-hand account of the real world of forensic medicine. It's not the book, radio or television version, which from Poe to Holmes to Morse is entertaining fiction, but very little to do with the reality that's being presented in these memoirs of a forensic investigator who did the work for twenty-four years. Every one of these stories has at the core an actual event witnessed by the author. Nothing is made up.

After working in a morgue for twenty-four years, Jack V. Sturiano knows thousands of them. Here he provides a compelling, first-hand account of the real world of forensic medicine. A far cry from the sensationalized drama of crime scene forensics on TV and in film, FI One shares the reality of working with death every day for more than two decades.-- Google Books.