Professor Sue Black and Dr Richard Shepherd don’t have what you might call routine nine to five jobs. Unless you consider it normal to spend your working day in burial sites or scenes of violence and murder. Professor Black is one of the world’s leading anatomists and forensic anthropologists. She investigated war crimes in Kosovo and identified bodies following the Indian Ocean tsunami. Her new book, All That Remains details a fascinating career. Dr Shepherd is the UK’s leading forensic pathologist and advised on 9/11, the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, and the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. His first book, Unnatural Causes, explains how his remarkable work takes him from crime scene to courtroom.