Adventures in Human Being: A Grand Tour from the Cranium to the Calcaneum by Gavin Francis. I'm not going to finish this, although I very easily could-- it's not very difficult or taxing, every medical reference dumbed down to a ridiculous degree. There's very little reason for me to finish it: the stories the author shares from his practice aren't particularly different from other medical memoirs; he does tie in art or literature references in each section, but it's not an especially deep examination so does not add substantially to the book. There are numerous illustrations, but they aren't labeled or cited in-text-- just a list of illustrations at the end of the book-- which detracts from their impact.
I'll add it to my library because I have it, but I cannot recommend for purchase under any circumstances.
I don't remember the previous books being quite like this. I didn't notice any glaring consistency errors, which I do remember being a problem in previous installments.
The next installment will be The Queen's Accomplice, but I don't feel compelled to read it.
Death in Paradise, season 4, with Kris Marshall. I found a place to watch these online instead of waiting to pay for them through Amazon. Huzzah! I also see that IMDb has (empty) placeholders for season 5. Most excellent.
William and Mary with Martin Clunes and Julie Graham. I did not discover this on my own; I checked it out for someone and went "oo!"
I really liked this actress in Bletchley Circle, but this role was not a good choice: the character wasn't written particularly well (are we even supposed to like her? there's little about her to sympathize with) but still could probably have come off better from a different actress. All in all, not a great use of my time.