Hunter

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Hunter is a 1989 novel written by William Luther Pierce, the founder of the White nationalist National Alliance which depicts one man’s attempt to right the wrongs in society by murdering interracial couples. The book was written under the pen name Andrew Macdonald, the same name used for Pierce’s first novel The Turner Diaries. The book is dedicated to racist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin.

Dedicated to Joseph Paul Franklin, the Lone Hunter, who saw his duty as a White man and did what a responsible son of his race must do, to the best of his ability and without regard for the personal consequences.

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