Forensic Entomology is an emerging discipline that has garnered considerable attention in recent years. It holds great promise in providing evidence that can illuminate many unsolved murders or plots. This rare challenge of our century is a new branch of science. The book, comprising three sections, offers comprehensive information on the history of forensic entomology, its applications, and standard protocols. Additionally, the book includes a list of insect species that can be utilized in forensic entomology cases, categorized by order and family. This comprehensive guide is expected to broaden the knowledge of both undergraduate and graduate students.