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Cracking Cases

by Anneli Rufus

When attorney Robert Shapiro asked Henry Lee to help his team clear O.J. Simpson of murder charges during what even then was already being called “the trial of the century,” the veteran forensic scientist was utterly unfamiliar with... Read More

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Blood and Ink

by Anneli Rufus

Writers have been turning murder into literature since Cicero documented his own work in ancient Rome as a criminal advocate. Nevertheless, In Cold Blood is a far cry from The Mousetrap. Corpses abound and killers are caught in mystery... Read More

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Forgotten Elegance

by Anneli Rufus

At a Victorian dinner party, woe betide the fool who used his pickle fork to eat his duck—or his strawberry fork to eat asparagus. By the time that era’s famous fussiness made its way to the table, any given meal might require as... Read More

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