The Ku Klux Klan is one of the most notorious organizations in the United States, known for its bigotry, racism and violence. But what is little-known is that there was an organization that was founded to counter the Klan.

The Kounter Klan, formed by Frank W. Boykin (1865-1969) in 1924, consisted of blacks, Jews, Catholics, a few Protestants and other minorities who wanted to retaliate against the KKK.

Boykin, who would go on to become a congressman in Alabama, purchased 800 green robes to outfit his volunteers.

Grace Boykin, Frank’s granddaughter, has now compiled many of his stories in The Southern Hunt, a fictionalized account of this extraordinary Southern gentleman.

This book embraces the side of Frank Boykin’s life that people never knew about, including his witnessing of warrior Chief Geronimo in shackles and socializing with presidents such as FDR, Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy, to name a few. Frank was also an avid hunter and sportsman.

This is one man’s incredible story.



An alien rescue mission to save a dying Earth, Eva Fortney is an alien with a mission—only she doesn’t know it yet. Born on the planet Ampaqua, the humanoid Eva is imbued with extraordinary powers. She possesses both telekinetic and telecommunicant abilities. Most special of all is how she can use her talents in medicine. Eva is unknowingly transported to an Earth that has been ravaged by man-made and natural cataclysms: nuclear vaporizations, asteroid showers, volcanic eruptions, disease, and catastrophic natural storms. Mass death has diminished the population to less than five million people. Eva’s job will be no less than to rescue a dying world. Accompanied by Shadow mysterious creature called Shadow, Eva will face all the perils of a planet and its people in their last days of existence.



Grace Boykin a native of Mobile, Ala. She received a B.A. degree in both Social Science and Secondary Education from Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. She studied Art in Europe with Spring Hill College, Mobile, Ala. She made her debut in Mobile and was a member of the Mardi Gras Court.
Grace was employed at Walt Disney World, for several years and resided in Orlando, Fl. She taught Geography at Dunedin Junior High School and taught History in several schools throughout Melbourne, Florida and tutored Braille at the Florida School of Deaf and Blind for 4 years in St. Augustine, Fl.
Taught and created a Mass Media Curriculum for High School students and Directed the High school play “TO SERVE A HIGHER KING”, Palm Bay, Fl.
She is an active member of the Clearwater/Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Society of Arts and Letters and served as Second Vice President; Chairman of their “Career Award Luncheon”, Program Chairman and member of the Board.
A longtime member of the Clearwater Chapter DAR she served as Scholarship and Junior Membership Chairman, and as a Personal Page to the Florida State Regent, National Page at the 85th Continental Congress in Washington D.C..; a DAR Chaplain, and Clearwater Chapter Children of the American Revolution, President.
Grace is an active member of the Clearwater/ St. Pete. Chapter National Wild Turkey Federation, Ducks Unlimited, and Tampa Bay Area Safari Club.
Charter President of Ladies group of Rotary International started in England and Ireland.
International Inner Wheel, Melbourne, Fl. 1990 Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary International. Instructor with Her ex husband in L.A. for training of Incoming District Governors with
Herb Brown as Rotary International President.
Real Estate Salesperson License, with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
Co –Owner of Tensaw Land & Timber Company in Mobile, Ala, sits on the Board of Directors and serves as trustee.
Has many published works of Poetry and Author of other books as well as the fiction book The Southern Hunt based on the true story of the life of Frank W. Boykin.
Grace Boykin resident of Palm Harbor, Florida