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Here she recounts over a dozen cases she has worked on, most little known. Her closing chapter, describing her work on the recovery and identification of the remains of the seven astronauts killed in the Columbia space shuttle explosion, perfectly illustrates the book's potential and weaknesses.
The author's reputation landed her a position on a select federal disaster team with the mordant acronym of DMORT Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team tasked with responding to the tragedy. But what should have been a highlight is a thin account that offers minimal details of the work Manhein actually did.
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She offers similarly thin treatment of other cases, such as the search for a Louisiana serial killer possibly responsible for more than two dozen murders. Manheim leaves the reader hungry for more and skeptical that she is the best choice to recount her further inquiries. View Full Version of PW.
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Manhein, Author. Her first novel, Softly, They Die, is currently in review. She also participated in field retrieval and analysis of forensic cases involving major disasters at several oil refineries, and she has been called upon many times to serve as a consultant or investigator in the excavation of historic burial sites. She is the recipient of the and College Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Awards at LSU and the author and presenter of numerous papers and reports on such topics as decomposition rates of deliberate burials, invivo facial tissue depth measurements for children and adults, the application of geographic information systems and spatial analysis to assess dumped and scattered human remains, and suicide by blasting caps.
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