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“Confessions of a Crime Scene Investigator” chronicles the career of New York State Police Crime Scene Unit Investigator Bill Moloney. 26 of Moloney’s 30 years were spent responding to and investigating the scenes of every imaginable way a life can be taken. It is a gritty, dirty, and sobering profession that reflects none of the glamour so often highlighted on television. Story after story paints the picture of a satisfying, yet unpleasant and frequently stomach-turning job that will make you laugh, cry and cheer. But “Confessions” goes beyond the telling of funny, sad and heroic anecdotes. Its graphic depictions of daily life in the crime scene world uncover profound revelations on how we should live life. Yes, being around so much death can teach us so very much about life and how to live it! Bill Moloney has been a member of the state’s busiest crime scene unit since 1989. As a forensic investigator, he has responded to thousands of crime scenes, testified as an expert in high profile cases, taught crime scene investigation to fellow law enforcement officials, been recognized for outstanding crime scene service, and worked with world renowned professionals like Dr. Michael Baden and Dr. Henry Lee. The New York State Police promoted him to the rank of Senior Investigator and supervisor of this decorated crime scene unit. Recent retirement from the State Police has afforded him the opportunity to tell his remarkable story.