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Carla Valentine applies her expert knowledge of modern forensic science to Agatha Christie’s classic canon of whodunnits
Agatha Christie is one of our most beloved authors – a storyteller unparalleled in her clever plots and twisting tales. But she was also a forensic expert; in each of her books she employs an expert weaving of human observation, ingenuity and genuine science of the era.
In Murder Isn’t Easy, forensic anthropologist Carla Valentine illuminates all of Agatha’s incredible knowledge, showing how she stayed at the cutting edge of forensics from ballistics to fingerprint analysis, as seen through much-loved characters such as Poirot and Miss Marple.
From the glamour and grit of Agatha Christie’s stories, to the real-life cases that inspired them, Murder Isn’t Easy will immerse you in the forensics that influenced generations of writers and scientists alike.
Published today by Sphere.