Forensic Detective: How I Cracked the World's Toughest Cases By: Robert Mann Ph.D
Non-fiction: Science, History, True Crime 240 pages
Book Count: 4
This book is written by a forensic anthropologist and deals with real life cases that they have worked on. The cases range from working on the 1st victim of Jeffrey Dahmer to the remains of vets from WWII on. There is also a chapter on the body farm, where they study how bodies decompose in different situations. And a fair amount to details on how they work on a case.