Literature: Hunter

Hunter is a novel written by white nationalist William Luther Pierce under the Pen Name of Andrew Macdonald. It centers on Oscar Yeager, a Serial Killer who targets mixed-race couples and children. He is eventually blackmailed by an FBI Agent into killing off Jewish FBI and Mossad agents in order to facilitate the agent's rise to power. He also joins a white-nationalist group through which he starts a bottom-up media campaign to bring white nationalism to the masses through televangelism. Yeager's efforts result in greatly increased racial tension in the United States.

See also The Turner Diaries for Pierce's other, better-known novel. Many tropes from that novel appear in this one as well.