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If you're a CSI fan, you might try Forensics: What Bugs, Burns, Prints, DNA and More Tell Us About Crime by Val McDermid. Its a basic manual and history of crime book. It takes a true crime story and tells how forensics was used. This is a UK author, so most of the cases are from the United Kingdom. But you learn a little about how different specialties developed. This is a well written, easy to understand and not gory at all overview. I personally like a little more depth in this area, but it was still a good read. Fans of True Crime books will also like it.
Try a little non-fiction and give this book a go.
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The Atchison Library is looking for a friendly, outgoing person who enjoys working with people to work our main customer service desk. If you enjoy working with all ages in bustling, noisy places that are filled with technology, we’d like to hear from you!
The circulation clerk plays an important role as a front-line customer service representative. S/he will answer phones, help library patrons find books and DVDs, answer reference questions, shelve library materials, and help set up for events and programs.
Libraries are more about technology than ever, and we need someone who enjoys fulfilling the information needs of readers and non-readers alike. Cross-training on the children's customer service desk will be expected.
Schedule is Tuesday through Thursday 11:30AM to 8:00PM, Friday and Saturday 8:30AM to 5:00PM. Off Sunday and Monday.
Pay rate is $9.50/hr with vacation, sick, and retirement benefits. Includes opportunity to enroll in the health and dental insurance program.
Complete job description and application process found here. Position will remain open until filled.