I have read all four books in Julie Miller's "The Precinct" series and enjoyed them all. "Baby Jane Doe" finally answered the question that was carried through the previous four books in the series about a baby found dead in the landfill. I liked the hero and heroine in this book. Eli Masterson is a man who loves his family, sisters Jillian and Holly, but doesn't seem to have time or the inclination to get involved in a serious relationship until he becomes involved in the "Baby Jane Doe" case at the request of Acting Commissioner Shauna Cartwright. The immediate attraction the two have for each other becomes harder and harder to ignore. They both finally admit their love for each other, but protocol gets in the way. The suspenseful ending brings everything together. This book also introduces Seth Cartwright, the Commissioner's son, who is the main character in Julie Miller's next seris "The Precinct, Vice Squad." All of Julie Miller's books are entertaining and suspenseful reading and I have greatly enjoyed this author's work.