Below are the results of an on-going Casebook poll in which our readers were asked to rate each police or forensic science book. Ratings scale from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest). You may sort the results by name, average rating, and number of votes received.
Readers should bear in mind that these results reflect only the general popularity of each particular book. You may cast your own votes at the bottom of each page (linked below).
Results are currently sorted by average rating.
|1.||Fingerprints : The Origins of Crime Detection and the Murder Case That Launched Forensic Science||4.000||10||vote!|
|2.||From Constable to Commissioner||4.000||8||vote!|
|3.||Sir Robert Anderson and Lady Agnes Anderson||3.500||4||vote!|
|4.||Days of My Years||3.200||10||vote!|
|5.||Lighter Side of My Official Life, The||2.857||7||vote!|