Going Beyond Mere Clinical Forensics: An Excerpt from Missing and Murdered by Alan Morris
Namibiana Buchdepot has shared an excerpt from Missing and Murdered: A Personal Adventure in Forensic Anthropology by Alan Morris.
Missing and Murdered is a fascinating explanation of how skeletons can provide solutions to mysteries both new and old, and how forensic anthropology is used to solve crimes.
In the excerpt, Morris gives an introduction to forensic anthropology and the way it works in Southern Africa.
Read the excerpt:
I have written about cases in which I have been involved and those that have influenced my thoughts on forensic science and anthropology, but I’ve aimed to go beyond the clinical cases.