Not really an Equiry

Stolen Sisters: The Story of Two Missing Girls, Their Families, and How Canada Has Failed Indigenous Women - Susan Ouriou, Christelle Morelli, Emmanuelle Walter

This is less of an enquiry and more of an mediation, if that is a right word.  There is not solving the mystery (and the young women are still missing), but more of a look at only one of the many cases of missing Indigeous women.  The writing is powerful, even if Walter still sometimes inserts herself too much in a native.  When she does so, it doesn't come across as if she is showing off, but more that she wants you to be moved in the same way she is.