Randy Kraft is a freelance journalist, editor, blogger, book reviewer and novelist. She was raised in New York City where she earned an MBA [Pace University] and a Masters in Writing [Manhattanville College] and currently resides in Southern California, where she devotes her time to all things reading and writing.
On the night of the 2012 presidential election, a black girl stands her ground against an assault by a white boy. A judge will determine her fate. Waiting in the courtroom is her blended family: black, white and brown. In a mosaic of fictional biographies, their secrets and struggles shed light on the modern-day color line. Will justice be served?