“Hatred will always have a voice,” remarks Kubicki. “Let’s make sure that it is a small one.”
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
Historically, the United States has been known as a ‘melting pot’ that embraces all races, nationalities, and religions. However, there has always been a presence opposing the idea of racial equality. Starting with the Ku Klux Klan in the late 1860s to the surging skinhead groups, white supremacy has always had a voice in America.
Gerald Kubicki captures the truth and history about hate groups in his new novel, A Dubious Mission. Set in Chicago in 2009, Colton Banyon is a businessman struggling to get back on his feet, when suddenly he finds himself the target of a white supremacy group and doesn’t know why. As the plot unfolds, Banyon uncovers that the group has ties deep within the community… not excluding the local police department. With help from his next-door neighbors and the police chief, Banyon’s native New Yorker wit keeps him at bay from the dangerous group. With twists and turns woven throughout the story, Banyon comes to find how his family history plays a role in the fate of a newly hatched Nazi plan.
“The facts are that Nazis still are around,” says Kubicki. “They may have changed their name but they still follow the same agenda.”
While Kubicki admits there will always be hate in the world, it needs to be addressed. “Hatred will always have a voice,” Kubicki remarks. “Let’s make sure it is a small one.”
About the author
Gerald J. Kubicki was born and raised on Eastern Long Island. He graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh with a degree in Asian History. He later found his way into the business world in New York City where he worked for major corporations before starting a consulting business.
Kubicki later relocated to Las Vegas and in addition to his consulting business, he is a history buff and is working on two sequels to A Dubious Mission.
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