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One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians is a book which explores the dark history of the mistreatment of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. Seen through the eyes of a fictional police inspector Joe Donnelly, a string of murders rattles the capital and the police struggle to find the connection between the victims and ultimately prevent more bloodshed. The police team works tirelessly at finding clues and following leads as they attempt to create a profile of the murderer, all the while struggling to comprehend why anyone would commit these gruesome murders of young Aboriginal women. Their search resurfaces the injustices committed by the government to thousands of Aboriginals in residential schools. Moreover, the number of murdered and missing Aboriginal women continues to grow every month. The story emphasizes that doing nothing to stop this should no longer be an option. To do nothing would be a travesty to every Canadian man, woman, and child who is missing a daughter, a sister, a mother, an aunt or a grandmother. The book is a call to action to all those who want to be truly proud of their country.

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