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CSI: HELEN PEPPER

What do crime scene investigators really do? True crime consultant Helen Pepper explains to Chris High

CRIME FILE

We’ve all seen crime dramas where CSIs and pathologists and forensics experts hold the key to solving crimes. In crime fiction there is a fine line between informing the content of the story with science and burdening the narrative with jargon. It’s also always best to check your facts. In writing non-fiction though, the rules are slightly different to those of its crime fiction.

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