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This compilation of medical and forensic science questions from crime writers around the world provides insight into
medical and forensic science as well as a glimpse into the writer’s creative mind. How do hallucinogenic drugs affect a
blind person? Will snake venom injected into fruit cause death? How would you perform CPR in a helicopter? What happens
when someone swallows razor blades? How long does it take blood to dry? Can DNA be obtained from a half-eaten bagel? D.
P. Lyle, MD, answers these and many more intriguing questions. The book is a useful and entertaining resource for
writers and screenwriters, helping them find the information they need to frame a situation and write a convincing
description. TV viewers, readers who enjoy crime fiction, and those who want to know more about forensic science can
keep up with the news and understand the science behind criminal investigation. From traumatic injuries to the coroner’s
office, the questions and answers are divided into five parts, making it a compendium of the incredible information that
lies within the world of medicine and forensics.