Silent Witnesses: The Often Gruesome but Always Fascinating History of Forensic Science by Nigel McCrery (2014-09-01) by Nigel McCrery
English | 1759 | ASIN: B01NH0CJMX | 151 Pages | ePub | 2 MB
The morning of November 21, 1983, dawned cold. The wind was bitter, the sky dark and bleak. On her mother’s advice, fifteen-year-old Lynda Mann dressed warmly before leaving for school. She wore denim jeans over a pair of tights, a thick sweater, white socks, and black tennis shoes. Before leaving the house, she also pulled on her new jacket and stuffed a warm scarf into her pocket.