I just picked up a photobook titled "Aftermath" by a retired New York City policeman named John Botte.
The book consists of 135 self printed black and white images of the brief period following 9/11.
To me the most outstanding attribute of the work is the ability to convey the dramatic emotions of the first few days following the devastation. Included in the essay are photos of a place called the Staten Island "New Kill Landfill" which I had never heard of or seen journalized. There are many images of Emergency Unit personnel, wearing air filtration masks, combing through the newly dumped debris looking for anything that would provide links to those that were in the building at the time of the attacks.
All in all, I think this is an important book by a wonderful photographer who picked a subject both difficult and compelling.