"Waddell properly trumpets the importance of sharp observational skills, but he doesn't provide budding detectives with much impetus to develop them. (Pop-up/nonfiction. 8-10)"
A superficial look at the basics of criminal forensics and investigation, addressed to young Sherlocks but more likely to draw soul mates of the great detective's resolutely sedate brother Mycroft.Read full book review >
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