When Native teen Perry Firekeeper-Birch learns about the “Warrior Girl,” an ancestor whose bones and knife are stored in the local university’s archives, she, her twin sister, and her friends nicknamed The Misfits set out to return the ancestor to her tribe. Legal actions are not working, so the Misfits decide to steal the artifacts. Along the way, more secrets are revealed, and Perry and the Misfits find themselves embroiled in the disappearance of Native women from the community.
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