Craig, Emily: Teasing Secrets from the Dead: My Investigations at America’s Most Infamous Crime Scenes, Crown, 2004; Three Rivers 2005 – Follow forensic anthropologist expert Emily Craig as she recounts her life as a crime scene investigator. Relive her time identifying and analyzing human remains in her quest for justice for famous and unknown murder victims, and to solve some of the world’s most baffling mysteries. Debut Author
Gott, J. Richard III, Ph.D., Robert Vanderbei, Ph.D.: Sizing Up The Universe, National Geographic, 2010 – provides new scientific research into the massiveness of planets, stars, and galaxies using scaled maps, beautifully done photographs, and object comparisons to demonstrate actual size, from Buzz Aldrin’s historic footprint to the visible universe and beyond.
Neme, Laurel: The Animal Investigators: How the Scientists at the World’s First Wildlife Forensics Lab Are Solving Crimes, Catching Poachers, and Saving Endangered Species, Scribner, 2008 – An account of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife Forensics Lab — the only forensics lab in the world dedicated to solving cases involving animals — that provides a unique perspective on wildlife preservation, poaching, and the illegal trade of wildlife parts. Debut Author