Book #22 was Gallows View, by Peter Robinson. It was ok, but I'm not going to go out of my way to find anything else by the same author. The writing felt very heavy handed, and the final chapter seemed to exist for the sole purpose of beating the reader over the head with the Great Moral Lessons from the story.
I used to read a lot more mystery novels than I do now. This book made me miss those previous books. I think the only mystery-type books I've read recently are from the Dresden Files series, but those have morphed from mystery novels in an urban fantasy setting to urban fantasy with a side of mystery. Great series though. I'm looking forward to the newest installment in November.