I read the first chapter of a Washington Post investigation of the 2001 murder of intern Chandra Levy. Good stuff.
Besides awesome reporting and writing, this series has a cool online presentation that includes lots of layers (here, here and here, to name a few).
I only wish the first chapter was a bit longer. It's three Web pages; not sure what that adds up to in inches. Just as I was getting into the story it was over. I know it's the point of a serial, and maybe it's just me, but I hate being yanked away from a story like that. I'll return in 12 days and read it all in one shot.
I suppose with such a famous unsolved crime you can afford to leave readers hanging without running the risk of turning them off. What do you think?
Update: Be sure to check out comments from readers on the later chapters. They are arguing the merits of the story, whether it should be parceled out as a series and the writing style.