• The Hultquist Lost and Found bin is starting to look like an episode of Horders! We have coats, bags, flashdrives, notebooks and other assorted items. If you are missing something please come in and check with us. Items not claimed will be gotten rid of after the semester ends (Thursday, May 15th)
• If you have any library materials on loan, please make sure that you return them before the end of the semester. All library materials are due Monday, May 12, 2014.
• The JCC Libraries are open with reference services available during the summer sessions. Summer Hours will be posted soon.
Good luck with your finals and have a wonderful summer!
Indian Killer is a novel about a Native American serial killer in Seattle who hunts down white men and scalps them- leaving behind feathers to indicate that a Native American has committed the crimes. These murders spark a surge of violence and racial hatred between whites and Native Americans. In the novel, the identity of the killer is shrouded in mystery. The main character is John Smith, an Indian kidnapped at birth and raised by white parents. Smith longs for the heritage he has lost- and with his developing mental illness becomes more confused and enraged as he seeks his true identity. He meets Marie, an Indian activist who is outraged by those pretending to know about Native American life and culture. When a radio personality encourages white people to take revenge against the Native Americans for the murders, chaos ensues, and characters like John and Marie struggle to relieve their feelings of hatred and anger. Who is the killer? How does the novel end? You will have to read the book to find out!