So many things are good about this book. Angela Gallop had an interesting career as a Forensic Scientist at a time where so many changes happened in her field. She also worked on many prominent cases, and it is the cases that made the book a compelling read as it felt like a crime novel explained.
I did stumble a bit though with some of the book. I am not a fan of too much jargon and lots of the technical details went over my head, and I wasn't really interested in the business side of the book. I guess I wanted more cases and I think that all the crime books I read and shows I watch make you think that the Forensic scientists will be out there solving the cases, whereas in reality I am sure that they are in the lab most of the time. 3/5