Paul Holes has spent his life, dedicated his life in fact, to doing things most of us could never even imagine. He has fought to give so many victims and their families answers to the questions of what happened and whodunnit. We look up to him and even perhaps praise him for his ability and willingness to do the hard work. But, at what cost? This seems like a really great true crime book about solving crimes and helping victims and their families but also a commentary on how much you can give up in the process. I appreciate his openness and vulnerability, even in the opening pages, about his struggles with his own mental health and how he is working on doing better as he gets older. I am very excited to see how the rest of the story unfolds as he tells both the story of who he has helped catch and how his own life played out along the way.