There are so many...where to start?? The murders of Kara Kopetsky and Jessica Runions would probably be the one that burns my ass the most. The reason is multi-layered. The case touches on everything from faulty law enforcement and poor judgement to drug addiction, poverty and child abuse. The perp is a kaleidoscope of mental disorders and sex appeal. The decades are bridged by an outspoken cast, there is the crazy friend and the drug dealer, the final victim a completely accidental Alice in their messed up Wonderland. The trial is delayed and delayed and delayed, and one mother has already been waiting 12 years for justice. Then there is Ryan Shtuka and Collin Gillis, similar cases that give me chills simply because they are stark reminders of how a person can literally just vanish or be swallowed up by the earth. Anastasia Kriegel and Sophie Lancaster, because their murders were so heinous and senseless and could have been prevented. Toyah Cordingly because her killer was able to flee to India and not only left her raped and mutilated body for her poor father to find, but also left his wife and children to struggle in a foreign country with no way to subsist. Every baby killing case ever. This is one of my favorite true crime books and what an incredible case. I think the tentacles of corruption it uncovers have been shrivelling one by one over the years, but it will be awhile before anyone feels like justice has really been served, I wager.