“How to Solve a Murder” is poorly titled -it’s just the life story of the two authors, with a few chapters on the forensic aspect. Too much time was spent talking about their lives, which thinned down the interesting forensic discussions. I listened to the audio version, and the woman’s voice was a bit too plummy for my liking. I liked the professional talk, but found the personal side too much, so only 3-stars I’m afraid.
Book supplied by Netgalley for an honest review.