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The Lord of Life Book Discussion Group is:

  • Welcome to all with freedom to attend discussions based on book choice, time of discussion, etc.
  • Free of charge 
  • Held at a various times, in person, and via ZOOM
  • Features a variety of books chosen by members

The group decided to continue the book group on Wednesday, April 24th at 7:00 P.M. to discuss Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann.

Killers of the Flower Moon tells the story of the 1920s Reign of Terror, a period during which a myriad of Osage Nation members were killed in Oklahoma for their oil wealth, The Osage Nation, like many Indigenous tribes of North America, had been pushed west by white colonists until finally settling in a rocky area that would become Oklahoma. However, when oil was discovered on Osage territory, the tribe became wealthy because it owned the head rights to the oil, and these claims could not be bought or sold, only inherited. As a result, nefarious outsiders devised ways to steal the tribe’s money; when swindles failed, they resorted to murder, but, for the most part, these murders went unsolved. The book details these killings and investigates who was responsible.

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