Behind the Yellow Tape: On the Road with Some of America’s Hardest Working Crime Scene Investigators by Jarrett Hallcox and Amy Welch
Wasn’t so much a discussion of cases as it was a collection of self-congratulatory anecdotes, and rather bad ones at that.
One of their cases, if restated in my words would go something like this:
“Oh hey, yeah. Uh, we went to this place to find some guy’s body with our CSI divining rods, only we never found it.”
Yup, you heard me right. Divining rods. Official body-locating divining rods. Is cold crimes aware of these? I wanted to throw a Hoffa joke in here, but I couldn’t think of one.
There are better written CSI books out there. Use your divining rod.