Professor Angela Gallop - When the Dogs Don't Bark: A Forensic Scientist's Search for the Truth


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Professor Angela Gallop CBE has been a forensic scientist for more than 40 years.  During her career, she has worked on thousands of cases – correcting serious miscarriages of justice and exonerating innocent people.

In this gripping memoir, Angela describes some of her most fascinating and intriguing vases – such as the Yorkshire Ripper, the Stephen Lawrence investigation and the Italian banker, Roberto Calvi, who was found hanging from a bridge in London – and reveals how they were cracked.

She explains the pitfalls and positives of collecting evidence and the presentation of this evidence in court – it is not at all straightforward!  Time and time again she proves that if the flags of suspicion aren’t raised - or the dogs don’t bark when they have been expected to - and no one investigates the oddities, vital clues can be overlooked.

From the crime scene to the courtroom, When the Dogs Don’t Bark is the remarkable story of a life spent searching for the truth.
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