There are two murders in this book -- one is a young man's death, that is posed as a homeless and two is EJ's own boss. I'm quite surprised with the later. Maybe because I think he's one of the 'regular' casts, so to speak. One that is there to make EJ's life difficult. It's a good read, well-done investigation. However, I a little bit annoyed with how EJ keeps seeing her current job only as a stepping-stone to "actual" job in a police department, like it is beneath her. So I'm not really warming up to her this time.