A Fine and Private Place: The Archaeology of Death and Burial in Post-Medieval Britain and Ireland by Annia Cherryson, Zoe Crossland and Sarah Tarlow has been published as a Leicester Archaeological Monograph. This substantial volume describes and analyses the archaeological evidence for mortuary practices in Britain and Ireland since the Reformation and includes a gazetteer of more than 600 relevant archaeological sites. This is the first book to attempt any overview or synthesis of this extensive body of material. Much of our current programme of work, Harnessing the Power of the Criminal Corpse, grew out of this earlier research which was supported by the Leverhulme Trust as part of their Changing Beliefs of the Human Body project. The book may be purchased through the University of Leicester shop.