Good. I enjoyed it better than the first one. This is listed as book #3 in the series but there's novella that came out between the 2 and frankly, I'm not sure it's worth the read. The transition between book 1 to this book is seamless and no other references are made, save for the murders in the first book.
I enjoyed the plot, it moved along pretty well and the ending, although not a complete surprise, was still entertaining enough to be satisfying. There wasn't much forensic-y type stuff going on, except for an autopsy or 2.
Overall, an enjoyable read and I look forward to reading the next.