Ever an outsider as an unenrolled Anishinaabe descendant on one side and a member of her town’s wealthiest white families on the other, Daunis’s tangled family ties, love of hockey, and passion for science collide as she investigates a string of drug-related deaths in her community—deaths that hit way too close to home. Filled with Anishinaabemowin phrases and compelling cultural context, Boulley’s immersive, New York Times bestselling thriller packs a big punch that will long stay with readers.
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Angeline Boulley, Firekeeper’s Daughter