44/100 Great Courses: Forensic History by Elizabeth A. Murray

This is a great exploration of forensics and how it has evolved.  While listening it is very easy to tell that Elizabeth A. Murray is very passionate about her subject as well as the people that are impacted by her forensic investigations.  The author is a forensic anthropologist and so picks up cases often after they have gone cold or if the body was found only a long time after death.  This gives her a very different perspective from a coroner or a detective investigating a crime.  I really enjoyed learning about Forensics and how far they have come over the centuries.  This is a great listen for anyone interested in mysteries, crime dramas, cold cases, science of forensics, or just true crimes.  Great author, great listen.

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