It’s Raining On My Body

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The meteorological conditions (e.g., temperature, precipitation, and wind) at a crime scene can influence the nature and quality of all manner of evidence that is left behind. This includes the destruction or obliteration of evidence, as well as the effects of climate on body temperature and decomposition.

(The above quote is from ‘Criminal Profiling, An Introduction To Behavioural Analysis’)

And therein lies the first hurdle for my main character in ‘Body In The Bush’, Anais Quinn. A body has been found, but it’s been there for some time, and rain and wild animals have all affected it. Can she find out who it is? Facial recognition is going to have a hard time with this one…

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