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Dead Men Tell Tales

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"Dead Men Tell Tales" by Harry Rimmer is a fascinating look into the world of forensic anthropology and the ways in which experts can unravel the mysteries of past lives through skeletal remains. Rimmer's extensive knowledge and experience in the field is evident throughout the book, as he guides readers through the process of examining bones and using them to piece together the stories of those who have long since passed.

One of the strengths of the book is Rimmer's ability to make complex scientific concepts accessible to the layperson, without dumbing down the material or oversimplifying it. He strikes a good balance between technical detail and engaging storytelling, making for a book that is both informative and entertaining.

In addition to discussing the practical aspects of forensic anthropology, Rimmer also delves into the ethical considerations that come with this work, particularly in cases involving human rights abuses and war crimes. His thoughtful reflections on these issues add depth to the book and encourage readers to think more critically about the importance of this field of study.

Overall, "Dead Men Tell Tales" is a compelling read that will appeal to anyone with an interest in history, science, or true crime. Rimmer's expertise and passion for his subject shine through in every page, making this book both educational and engaging.

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"Dead men tell no tales" was a common adage before the days of forensic science. In this book, the well-known evangelist and scientist uses Egyptology and archaeology to counter the argument in the investigation of Bible lore.. - Summary by Lynne Thompson

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