Crimes & Offenses

Crimes & Offenses

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When is an act a criminal corroborant endeavor? When are determinations for death inconclusive as to cause? "Crimes and Offenses" describe in seven novellas little known causes of murder. Impulsivity and deviation as evidenced by departures from usual definitions for crimes involving continental terrorism form motivation, narcotic depredation and psychopathology. In "Siberia" an educational convention hipster congeals funds for building use in order to do business with the West; A husband from Philippines wanted for countless murders stalks his wife to her death for her investigative file on him in the "Eyre"; In "Canal" a soil expert proves a chemical causes a flood; In "Santa Barbara" an extensive composite of agents tracks an Israel crime ring who steal millions through international terrorism; In "No Polo" train crashes in the United States are proven as deliberate sabotage; In "Georgia" condemned buildings on the East Coast hollowed out and stuffed with shredded paper become favored sites for bombings; In "Saba" eight ex-convicts die mutilated after imbibing fuschia; In "Casino" two females pull off a series of heists leaving almost no clues; and In "Oakland" the Morgue brings in three dead minters from a group of Chicago explosions. J. Lea Koretsky, author and prior psychotherapist, resides in Northern California near a complex levee system of rivers and farmland and prisons. A voir dire expert, treatment specialist on child neglect and child endangerment, and billing and rating authority, she has provided expertise to courtrooms, the FBI, forensic and medical investigations, training and on-the-job orientation, and assessed criminal behavior. Judy has run clinics, hospitals, and regional in-home patient care programs and conducted technical findings for the coroner and the state. This is her twelfth book of fictionshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 649 pages
  • 139.95 x 215.9 x 37.08mm | 830.07g
  • Regent Press
  • Berkeley, CA, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1587902818
  • 9781587902819