I’m SO excited to say that I got tickets to attend the fantastic Anatomy Lab LIVE; a travelling interactive exhibition promising dinner and dissection. What more could a girl want?!
Christmas is nearly upon us and the scramble to find the perfect gift is afoot. What follows are 38 gift ideas that would be perfect for someone in your life who writes crime fiction, is an avid reader of mysteries …read more →
In the first article in this series, ‘The Golden Hour’ we looked at the crucial steps to take within the first hour after finding a body. Then the Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) and Crime Scene Manager (CSM) got decked out …read more →
In the previous article in this series, ‘The Golden Hour’ we looked at the crucial steps to take within the first hour after finding a body. The Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) and Crime Scene Manager (CSC) will now enter the …read more →
The whole trajectory of a successful investigation hinges on the actions taken by those first at the scene: the First Officer Attending (FAO) or First Responder (FR). In your research into crime scenes you may see the phrase ‘the golden …read more →
A pretty grim thing to think about I know, but for an aspiring crime fiction writer, something we need to explore a little bit. If I’m going to write a scene in which my protagonist detective arrives at the crime …read more →
Do you know how fingerprints are collected from a crime scene, who gathers them and how they differ between people? No? Look no further than this handy infographic on the basics of fingerprinting! Unless fingerprint evidence is going to be …read more →