"Her name is Renee Blackbear, but most people call the nineteen-year-old Anishinabe woman 'Cash.' She drives truck for cash. She plays pool for cash. She pays with cash. Now she's in college, thanks to her mentor Sherriff Wheaton ... Turns out she's smart, real smart, but she's a duck out of water. Her classmates talk mostly about nothing, not like the working men she's known all her life ... Then Cash hears about a blonde girl in her English class gone missing. And then another. One night, after drinking beer and shooting pool, a man who claims he's her brother knocks on the door ... And, then, suddenly she's locked inside a room with the lost girls. She needs to find a way out"-- Provided by publisher.
Missing persons -- Fiction.
Ojibwa Indians -- Fiction.
Ojibwa women -- Fiction.
Women college students -- Fiction.
Women private investigators -- Fiction.