Why did I love this book?
Oklahoma runs on oil, a sticky shadow to just about every major town, family, or even structure. We all know it. Even if we aren’t getting our paychecks directly from the energy field, we ride the rollercoaster of the economic booms and busts. When money is flush, it attracts the best and the worst, and we try not to think about what people are willing to do to get that money. Killers brings to light the true story of the Osage nation becoming millionaires as well as the men who preyed on victims to get a hold of that money by trickery and murder.