Two CBC investigative journalists wrote this true crime book about the untimely death of 17-year-old Neal Stonechild in November 1990. Saskatoon police were known for their racist treatment of First Nations living within the city. When the youth's frozen body was found three days after he disappeared, the authorities termed the death a misadventure. The boy's mother pushed insistently for answers but these were not forthcoming until a decade later when two additional First Nations men were also found dead on the outskirts of town. At this point a survivor of the police starlight tour came forward and told his story. Darrell Night had experienced the racism of the police when they drove him to the outskirts of the town and dropped him off there on a January night. At this point prominent Aboriginal lawyer Donald Worme came forward to take the case and the truth emerged. With the cooperation of Stonechild's family the book weaves a more complete story of a youth who died at the hands of police.