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Ss as he explores the depths of an East Tennessee lake with a twenty first century sonar system in a uest for an airplane that disappeared with two people on board thirty five years ago see Bass exhume fifties pop star the Big Bopper to determine what injuries he suffered in the plane crash that killed three rock and roll legends on the day the music died and join Bass as he works to decipher an ancient Persian death scene nearly three thousand years old Witty and engaging Bass dissects the methods used by homicide investigators every day leading readers on an extraordinary journey into the high tech science that it takes to crack a case I wanted to like this book a lot because it s by the great Dr Bill Bass the guy for forensic anthropology And while it does a good job of covering the basic tools and techniues used in the field the uality of writing is definitely subpar There s a lot of redundancy and over explaining simple concepts and the overall use of the language is not what I would expect of someone with a PhD Maybe I know about the subject than the intended audience of this book would but it seems almost condescending I don t know that I would ve had the patience to finish it if I weren t hoping to get something out of it professionally

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M his career to take readers into the real world of CSISome of Bill Bass's cases rely on the simplest of tools and techniues such as reassembling from battered torsos and a stack of severed limbs eleven people hurled skyward by an explosion at an illegal fireworks factory Other cases hinge on sophisticated techniues Bass could not have imagined when he began his career harnessing scanning electron microscopy to detect trace elements in knife wounds and extracting DNA from a long buried corpse only to find that the female murder victim may have been mistakenly identified a uarter century beforeIn Beyond the Body Farm readers will follow Ba So considering I read this book in three days that should be enough of an indication how I felt It s not entirely without some gore and maggots but overall I found this one slightly less gory than Death s Acre to the point where normal people could probably read it Dr Bass has an excellent way of writing and narrating stories that are not only compelling but very easy to understand There s also uite a few funny uips throughout the book I laughed probably a few too many times during the Worm Farm chapter Otherwise if I was still still I was reading it was obsessive I needed to know how each case went I now know where the little Identity Crisis novella came from three chapters worth from this book I just skipped them since I ve already read that story I used to be in college for exactly this topic too I m still mad at my 20 year old self for not following through

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There is no scientist in the world like Dr Bill Bass A pioneer in forensic anthropology Bass created the world's first laboratory dedicated to the study of human decomposition three acres of land on a hillside in Tennessee where human bodies are left to the elements His research at the Body Farm has revolutionized forensic science helping police crack cold cases and pinpoint time of death But during a forensics career that spans half a century Bass and his work have ranged far La Granja MOBI #224 beyond the gates of the Body Farm In this riveting book the bone sleuth explores the rise of modern forensic science using fascinating cases fro In the chapters that follow you ll see how things we ve learned at the Body Farm have helped us identify the dead figure out what happened to them and in many cases though sadly not all bring killers to justiceI found this book even fascinating than I did Death s Acre Inside the Legendary Forensic Lab the Body Farm Where the Dead Do Tell Tales and I didn t think that would be possible It was compelling to read how much sophisticated tools and techniues have become since Dr Bass first created his body farm I found the section regarding the Big Bopper being exhumed when his casket was being moved to a different section of the cemetery very interesting Who would have guessed we d ever know exactly what his injuries were and which had been fatal after all of this time I highly recommend both books


10 thoughts on “La Granja de Cadáveres

  1. says:

    In the chapters that follow you'll see how things we've learned at the Body Farm have helped us identify the dead figure o

  2. says:

    Patricia Cornwell wrote a book called The Body Farm this book is about the REAL body farm where forensic research is done Dr Bass has spent many years researching bones and the effects of the elements on dead bodies His expertise has helped convict murderers identified loved ones and solved mysteriesHe recounts not only what goes on at the Farm but also many of the cases he has been on He gives credit where cre

  3. says:

    Like their book Death's Acre Inside the Legendary Forensic Lab the Body Farm Where the Dead Do Tell Tales Beyond the Body F

  4. says:

    Bass returns with his second non fiction book further explaining his career as a forensic anthropologist and life on the Body Farm While the book reads well independently any reader not well versed with Bass’ work having read all the Body Farm fiction series ought to take the time to at least read DEATH’S ACR

  5. says:

    I'm a big fan of the Body Farm series and was looking forward to reading this nonfiction collection of case studies to learn about the career of Bass It was definitely an interesting read but at the end of it I fo

  6. says:

    So considering I read this book in three days that should be enough of an indication how I felt It's not entirely without some gore

  7. says:

    I wanted to like this book a lot because it's by the great Dr Bill Bass the guy for forensic anthropology And while it does a good job of covering the basic tools and techniues used in the field the uality of writing is definitely subpar There's a lot of redundancy and over explaining simple concepts and the overall use of the language is not what I would expect of someone with a PhD Maybe I know about the subject than the intended audience

  8. says:

    almost a 3 star but had too many distractions the chapters read as if they were written as stand alone articles so there was repetition also some typosediting issues height guessed at 5'10 but calculated to be 6' one inch taller than his guesstimatethe stories were interesting though

  9. says:

    A great read collecting of Bill Bass's most interesting stories for our delectation Every case has something interesting in it like the crazy rumors circulating about the day the music died and how he was able to dispel them all in an afternoon with a portable x ray machine

  10. says:

    Beyond the Body Farm A Legendary Bone Detective Explores Murders Mysteries and the Revolution in Forensic Science• by William M Bass Jon Jeff

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