Well-produced and professionally edited.... There are no weak links in a collection of essays that consider how members of the public encounter the buried dead in museums, illustrations, photography and online games, at excavations and on TV.
British Archaeology

Remind[s] us of the need to challenge assumptions about archaeology, whether that is attitudes towards treatment of the dead, or our understanding of how archaeology operates as a tool of CRM. While [the book] may make discomforting reading ... [it calls] for a re-evaluation of our role as archaeologists, and for a robust defence of the value and relevance of archaeology in the modern world.