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Book Title:The Skeleton Crew: How Amateur Sleuths Are Solving America s Coldest Cases
EAN/ISBN:9781451657593
Author:Deborah Halber
Ebook ID:154384
Publisher:Simon & Schuster
Number Of Pages:304
Available Format:PDF/EPUB/Mobi

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“The Skeleton Crew”: How motley band of amateurs solves cold cases online True stories of amazing volunteer sleuths who use Internet find missing persons and convict killers. The Skeleton Crew: How Amateur Sleuths Are Solving America's Coldest Cases is 2014 non-fiction work was written by Deborah Halber. It was first published 1 July 2014 through Simon & Schuster and details phenomenon of citizens creating and using Internet resources identify unidentified human remains.. A riveting nonfiction read mystery-lovers, The Skeleton Crew provides engrossing peek into fascinating phenomenon. Deborah Halber artfully explores growing subculture of regular citizens who, armed with Internet connection and insatiable curiosity, strive match missing-person identities tens of thousands of unaccounted- dead United States.. Solving cold cases comfort of your living room…The Skeleton Crew provides entree into gritty and tumultuous world of Sherlock Holmes–wannabes who race beat out law enforcement—and one another— matching missing persons with unidentified remains.. The Skeleton Crew: How Amateur Sleuths Are Solving America's Coldest Cases by Deborah Halber is very highly recommended, fascinating anecdotal look how amateurs are solving cold cases. Chances are you know of cold case, unsolved murder right your own city.. The Skeleton Crew will likely inspire many more case resolutions." (Katherine Ramsland, author of The Devil's Dozen and Cemetery Stories) “Exploring world of amateur sleuths, Halber proves be perfect guide: unflinching, perceptive, wry..

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