Hate: A Novel of Vitriol, Vengeance, and National Debate
Brad Randolph, author
Craig and Cate are wealthy, smart, driven business professionals who have their idyllic world shattered and turned upside down. Their two children are killed during a hate crime shooting. They are devastated and consumed by grief. After the killers are set free, the two take matters into their own hands. They embark on a calculated quest to avenge their children while finding out who was really behind the shooting. Unsatisfied with their revenge taken, Craig and Cate plan on the destruction of a neo-Nazi organization that sponsored and planned the shooting. They hire a retired, expert to teach them the skills they need, in order to carry out their dangerous plan. All the while, the FBI is one step behind them putting the pieces of the puzzle together, trying to figure out who is behind these high profile shootings and why? The pair’s exploits become a catalyst, sparking a national debate about free speech versus hate speech.