My son bought this book on the recommendation of his university lecturer. I have an interest in crime reconstruction and forensics so read this book over Christmas.
Dr Zac is undoubtedly at the forefront of his profession, and has had a wealth of experience investigating "time of death" from entomological specimens found on, and in the vicinity of, corpses.
He relates to the reader many of the investigations he has assisted in over the years, along with archaeological research projects.
He does make some personal observations about the politics of both the government and it's stance on forensic science, borne out very recently by the decision to close the FSS, and the lamentable attitude of some police officers he has worked with.
Having some considerable experience in this particular arena of investigation and prosecution, I can believe some of his tales!