DI Kim Stone and her team investigate when bodies that don't belong start turning up at a local body farm.
I enjoyed this fourth book in the series much better than the first. Sometimes it takes authors a few books to find their rhythm, and I certainly found the characters more interesting (and less over-written) this time around. The story was also well constructed, and I enjoyed it all the way through. I read the last third or so of the book in one sitting, wanting to know what happened next. That's always a good sign.