I'm not too ashamed to admit the fact that I am a closet fan of CSI. I watched one episode of the series and I got hooked on how the underappreciated members of the Las Vegas Police Department's Criminalistics Division(the CSI's more common name) use an unorthodox combination of high-tech wizardry and gadgetry along with old-fashioned guesswork and detecting to solve the crimes most other agencies would balk at. My further interest in the series has even led to me purchasing both of the CSI computer games. But this was the first book in the CSI books that I read and it captures the TV style to a T.
The CSI crew find themselves involved in 2 unique cases: the disappearance of a… Read more