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Yellow Bird

Oil, Murder, and a Woman's Search for Justice in Indian Country

by Sierra Crane Murdoch

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Yellow Bird by Sierra Crane Murdoch
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    Feb 2020, 400 pages
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    Feb 2021, 400 pages

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And so when Lissa first told Shauna about the oil worker who was missing—­and how she planned on finding him—Shauna assumed this obsession would also pass. She thought it would last weeks or months until the young man was found. She did not think it would go on for years. "I don't know what it was about that boy," Shauna would say, but Kristopher Clarke was different.

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