Title: Killers on the Flower Moon
Author: David Grann
Page Count: N/A
Publishing Date/Publisher: April 2017, Doubleday
Review: I loved this book, I kept recommending it to everyone. David Grann has a very unique way of writing, and it flows so well. The history itself is compelling and tragic at the same time, and Grann does a great job at highlighting the injustice Native Americans faced at the hands of both the government and the general public.
Grann detailed the history of the Osages and how they came to be the richest people in the world, as well as the history of the FBI, excellently. It was very interesting to read about how the FBI started investigating murders- something we associate with them so much today thanks to TV shows like Bones.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in Native American history or their treatment in the early parts of the 1900s.