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Girl Gone Missing (MN Edition) by Marcie R. Rendon
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Girl Gone Missing (MN Edition) by Marcie R. Rendon
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Nov 23, 2021 | ISBN 9781641293891

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Praise for Girl Gone Missing

“Rendon is a natural storyteller and a consummate writer . . . There isn’t a protagonist in recent fiction with the bearing of Rendon’s creation, and we’re the better for knowing her.”
Grand Rapids Herald-Review

“The vivid writing and keen eye keep the pages turning and readers hoping for another book in this series.”
―Buzzfeed
 
“Darn that Marcie Rendon but she did it again. She wrote another book featuring Renee ‘Cash’ Blackbear which invariably led to nonstop, compulsive reading and thoughts about the 19-year-old protagonist . . . This is a good book. If you read it, block out uninterrupted time. It’s hard to put down.”
―The Circle News: Native American News and Arts
 
“I was so glad to have more Cash to read . . . I love her brains, her broken heart, and her intuition.”
Kirstin Cronn-Mills, author of Beautiful Music for Ugly Children

“Against the landscape of a 1970s college town, the disappearance of a classmate draws Cash into a web of dreams, deceit and danger. Heart-stopping, heartrending and heartening, often all at the same time.”
Linda LeGarde Grover, author of The Road Back to Sweetgrass
 
“Cash Blackbear is a complex, courageous character, full of her own integrity.”
Linda Rodriguez, author of the Skeet Bannion Mysteries
 
Murder on the Red River and Girl Gone Missing are excellent novels, so compulsively readable that they are difficult to put down . . . presenting compelling and engaging narratives that also touch on issues that face Indigenous peoples and communities.”
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“[A] refreshing sequel . . . Rendon, herself a member of the White Earth Anishinabe Nation, highlights the plight of Native Americans who were forcibly adopted by whites and Cash’s discomfort in a land that is and is not hers. Readers will look forward to Cash’s next outing.”
Publishers Weekly

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