Killers Of The Flower Moon By David Grann



Killers Of The Flower Moon By David Grann


“Killers of the Flower Moon” by David Grann is a riveting true crime story that investigates the murders of Osage Native Americans in the 1920s, revealing a conspiracy to control their oil wealth and shedding light on a dark chapter in American history.

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  • Historical Investigation: “Killers of the Flower Moon” delves into the true story of the Osage murders in 1920s Oklahoma, where wealthy Osage Indians were systematically killed under mysterious circumstances.
  • Oil Wealth: The book uncovers how the Osage were targeted due to the lucrative oil beneath their land, leading to a conspiracy involving greed and corruption.
  • FBI Investigation: The narrative follows the early days of the FBI, as J. Edgar Hoover assigns agents to investigate the murders, revealing shocking details about the crimes and those involved.
  • Cultural Impact: Grann explores the cultural and social impact of the murders on the Osage community, highlighting their resilience and fight for justice amidst institutional betrayal.
  • Complex Characters: Through vivid storytelling, the book introduces key figures involved in the case, offering nuanced portrayals of both perpetrators and victims.
  • Legal and Ethical Themes: It examines broader themes of justice, ethics, and the implications of unchecked power, resonating with contemporary issues of racial injustice and exploitation.

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Weight 380 g

David Grann





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