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    Solving crimes : pioneers of forensic science

    Fridell, Ron.

    Profiles the work of six individuals whose work shaped the field of forensic science: Alphonse Betrillon, Edward Henry, Karl Landsteiner, Edmond Locard, Clyde Snow, and Alec Jeffreys.

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    Blood Brother

    Rose, Malcolm.

    In a futuristic London, sixteen-year-old forensic investigator Luke Harding and his robotic assistant, Malc, investigate suspicious deaths at a local hospital. But Luke discovers something he hadn't bargained for - his father's DNA has appeared at several crime scenes, making his the prime suspect. Can Luke stop the deaths and clear his father's name?.

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    Framed!

    Rose, Malcolm.

    Forensic scientist Luke Harding and his robot assistant must solve a series of on-campus murders, especially since Luke is being framed for the murders.

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    Lost bullet

    Rose, Malcolm.

    Sixteen-year-old Luke Harding is the youngest person ever to qualify for the position of forensic investigator, and with his robot sidekick, Malc, he investigates a doctor's murder in the slums of London.

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