Crime in Fact and Fiction : Brian P Block

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"This...book highlights differences in how crime is portrayed in the arts compared to reality, focusing on the roles of the police, courts and forensic investigators. Of interest to criminologists, sociologists, lawyers and other criminal justice personnel, it will also appeal to anyone interested in crime and punishment"--Back cover.

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"This...book highlights differences in how crime is portrayed in the arts compared to reality, focusing on the roles of the police, courts and forensic investigators. Of interest to criminologists, sociologists, lawyers and other criminal justice personnel, it will also appeal to anyone interested in crime and punishment"--Back cover.
This intriguing book highlights differences in how crime is portrayed in the arts compared to reality focusing on the roles of the police courts and forensic investigators. Of interest to criminologists sociologists lawyers and other criminal justice personnel it will also appeal to anyone interested in crime and punishment. What we see or read in the media follows a formula inviting suspension of disbelief. It is a long way from what happens in real life and the book contains vivid examples contrasts and comparisons. As the author points out from Shakespeare to Harold Pinter Dickens to P D James and as between authors dramatists and filmmakers of all kinds the rules are frequently broken by dramatic licence structural demands the need for a good ending and entertainment. A book to read enjoy and learn a great deal from: whether it is Agatha Christie Dixon of Dock Green Patricia CornwellKavanagh QC Kathy Reichs Sherlock Holmes Waking the Dead Garcia Marquez A Touch of FrostEdgar Allan Poe Heartbeat or lesser known writers works or fictional creations. A closely observed account by someone who served at a senior level as a magistrate and scientist which highlights differences between real life and fiction concerning criminal processes. Contains instructive and entertaining examples making it readable accessible and ideal for seasoned practitioners students and beginners.

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Publisher
Waterside Press
Book Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
160
Author
Brian P Block
ISBN-13
9781909976221
Publication Date
July, 2015
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.21 x 6.14 x 0.37 Inches
ISBN-10
1909976229

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