A Writer’s Library: Researching Our Craft

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September 5, 2017 by Marguerite Ashton

The Criminal Investigative Function: A Guide for New Investigators by Joe Giacalone.

I loved reading this textbook. It was straight and to the point, and it provided a lot of information.

From reading this book I have learned about the protocols on handling a crime scene, conducting interviews and interrogations, search and seizures, but most of all, the real challenges that face investigators and their responsibilities to a case.

Not only is this a good tool for new investigators to use; it is also a helpful resource book for us crime writers.

Feel free to find out more about the author by visiting his website at Joe Giacalone. There you will also find a link to order his book.

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