An exceptionally great read with respect to the author's presentation of scientific data concerning the Shroud of Turin.
Although Garza-Valdez disputed the original Carbon 14 data, which has since been proven by Joe Marino and Sue Benford to be contamination of the linen sample with cotton threads, I was disappointed with the second set of DNA markers.
There should have been 10 genetic markers between 11 and 20; yet there were only 9 (GGACAGGT*C). I also wondered why some present the blood of Jesus as AB, where it was originally tested by Adler, the Porphrin Chemist on the Shroud team, and found to be AB-? AB- blood is rarer than AB+.
Aside from these minute facts, I thought Garza-Valdez presented an amazing scientific view of the Shroud.