Oh gosh, I'm going to have to go off of memory (my personal library is spread over three states right now) so this is most likely incomplete but...
Books specifically about forensic science (so, not including the ones whose main focus is a murder case, death, dissection, anatomy, bones etc):Dead Men Do Tell Tales
by Dr. MaplesDeath's Acre
by Dr. BassCorpse: Nature, Forensics, and the Struggle to Pinpoint Time of Death
by Jessica Snyder SachsWitnesses from the Grave: The Stories Bones Tell
(about Dr. Clyde Snow, forensic anthropologist) by Christopher JoyceNo Stone Unturned: The True Story of the World's Premier Forensic Investigators
by Steve JacksonForensic Pathology of Trauma: Common Problems for the Pathologist
by Michael J. Shkrum, MD and David A. Ramsay, MB, ChB
Color Atlas of Forensic Pathology
by Jay Dix
Currently in the "To Read w/in the year" pile:Bodies We've Buried (Inside the National Forensic Academy, the World's Top CSI Training School)
by Jarrett Hallcox and Amy Welch -- I've skimmed this one and it's heavy on criminalistics, procedure, etc. Kind of techincal and may be the sort of thing you'd be interested in. Bones: A Forensic Detective's Casebook
by Dr. Ubelaker & Henry Scammell
Currently on the "To obtain w/in the year and read before I die" list:Forensics and Fiction: Clever, Intriguing and Downright Odd Questions from Crime Writers
by D.P. Lyle M.D.Forensic Art Essentials: A Manual for Law Enforcement Artists
by Lois GibsonForensic Taphonomy: The Postmortem Fate of Human Remains
by William Haglund and Marcella Harnish SorgNever Suck A Dead Man's Hand: Curious Adventures of a CSI
by Dana KollmanCoroner's Journal: Forensics and the Art of Stalking Death
by Louis Cataldie M.D.Dr. Joe Bell: Model for Sherlock Holmes
by Ely Liebow
Brief recaps of forensic science are included in a lot of "true crime" books. Sometimes very detailed histories of the sciences too. For instance, Colin Wilson had an exceptional overview in his The History of Murder
(a 600+ page tome on everything from Caligula to the Order of Assassins to the Columbine shooting -- very, very good book!).
(... and I'll leave it at that before I babble into oblivion, straying waaaaay too far off topic.