This was really interesting. It starts with the murder that got Israel Keyes caught, and goes through the case progress until Keyes' suicide. I liked how this was done, though ending with the suicide was a bit abrupt. The epilogue helped though.
I'd recommend this book and listening to the podcast True Crime Bullshit. The podcast has the benefit of playing actual interview tapes, but I think the book is organized a bit better overall.
What a case.