She starts off working in a regular police station aside her team.
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Nothing out of the ordinary there, until something sinister creeps in, and Jennifer realises she must access the darkest recesses of her nature in order to solve the crimes. This series carries an element of the supernatural which is weaved through the story. Not werewolves or vampires, but something dark amongst everyday settings. This is because the troops on the ground are the ones that do the work.
- Downturn Abbey.
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- Poetry, Worte, die von Herzen kommen (German Edition).
- Canevas 3 (German Edition).
You need to decide how closely you want to write to the truth. We are all allowed some creative licence.
Read lots of books in the genre and go with what rings true for you. Please note I have not used them, therefore these are not personal recommendations. However, given their years of experience in the police, they are very knowledgeable in this field. Do bear in mind that they work very long hours and may not have the time to put in.
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Keep it in mind police officers tend to specialise, which means we are not the font of all knowledge. Police procedures are constantly changing, and each force handles things differently. Do a Google search first. I hope this has sign posted you in the right direction. Please feel free to share any useful sites or books which have helped with your research in the comments field.
Picture creative commons, courtesy of Flickr Brandon Anderson with thanks. Here he regularly posts on forensics. He often posts these on his blog. Finally, he has published a whole series of books on forensics, as well as novels.
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Her poems have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, and have been broadcast on Radio and TV. In recent years her work has diversified to include both fiction and drama, as well as literary translation and feature journalism. From she organised the literature programme at mac the Midlands Arts Centre. She is a member of the editorial advisory panel of Tindal Street Press. Sibyl won first prize in the Mslexia Poetry Competition. The authors she published under the Allen Lane imprint included top ten best-selling writer Simon Jenkins, journalist Stephen Glover and the late Ian Hamilton.
A number of the TLC submissions that Anna has worked on in recent years have gone on to become published books. Anna was educated at Oxford. Ashley reads widely across all genres including literary and commercial fiction, crime, speculative fiction, horrror, and has a special interest in the short story form. His first novel, Touching the Starfish was published in Thalia Suzuma is a Dubai-based editor and scout.
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