A gold ring has been discovered at a murder scene, but police have little else to go on. Can State Patrol Investigator Richard Havel use that clue to track down the killers? A bomber is terrorizing a western community. What forensic clues can Investigator Jack Charles gather to stop and solve the bombings?
Enter the secret world of crime scene investigators who use the latest forensic techniques to solve mysteries and bring criminals to justice. You will never forget these incredible true stories.
About the Author
Allan Zullo is the author of more than 120 nonfiction books on subjects ranging from sports and the supernatural to history and animals. He has introduced readers to the Ten True Tales series, gripping stories of extraordinary persons who have met the challenges of dangerous, sometimes life-threatening, situations. In addition, he has authored five books about the real-life experiences of young people during the Holocaust. Allan, the father of two grown daughters and grandfather of five, lives with his wife, Kathryn, near Asheville, North Carolina. To learn more about the author, visit his website at www.allanzullo.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Allan Zullo’s 10 True Tales: Crime Scene Investigations is essentially a brief overview of different murders and gives a breakdown of the language utilized during actual investigations. Each chapter is a new case told with the lead investigator as the main character. I didn’t particularly like reading this since this book is meant for a younger audience, maybe kids between ages 7-12 (it’s a medium level chapter book, but the content is a little more mature). It’s definitely a book for a crime scene enthusiast and it’s simply written to suit younger readers. The details are not horrifically intense, but rather mention just enough to give the overall vibe of the crime committed. For me, it was a little too explanatory about the terminology and not enough about the criminals, the investigators, and the deceased- but for a young novice entering the world of mystery and thrillers, I think it would be a good read. Review by Siddharth T., age 15, North Jersey Mensa