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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
There are a number of murders being committed in Ottawa, Canada. Is there a serial killer loose throughout Ottawa and, if so, what is the motive? In One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians by Carl Faehrmann, Inspector Donnelly wondered what the common thread of these murders was. As Inspector Donnelly began to muddle through these murder cases, he realized that the commonality was crimes against young Aboriginal women. What could Inspector Donnelly do? In One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians by Carl Faehrmann, Inspector Donnelly sets out to not only solve the murders but catch the killer before he or she strikes again.
One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians by Carl Faehrmann is an intriguing, moving story of suspense, but it also has the elements of history about the Aboriginal people. The way that Carl introduced the story was like in a history book as he interjected the elements of how the Aboriginal people were being treated in Canada, especially the women. Carl uses this story and others that he has written to tell of the injustice that the Aboriginals are experiencing. If you are interested in fighting the injustice against the Aboriginal people, join Idle No More, Am I Next and the No More Stolen Sisters Movement. Go out and support Carl and these movements by not only joining the fight, but by purchasing a copy of One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians by Carl Faehrmann.