Faced with tragic loss, two brothers find themselves in a rift, torn between the life they've known and a greater calling. Free from the institutions of civilized men, will the McShay brothers find the answers they're looking for? How far will the darkness take them?
After the brutal killing of high school friend Bobby Langston, Charlie returns to his home town of Cold Creek only to discover that the town has become lost in a ring of drugs, crime and murder. Charlie, hell bent on discovering the identity of his friend's murderer, throws himself into the criminal underworld of Cold Creek.
If one thing's clear, it's that Lou, whoever he or she may be, has driven the town into a constant state of fear. Is Charlie willing to risk it all in order to resurrect the memory of his friend? Unable to trust anyone, Charlie's quest is truly that of the lone wolf.
Code Orange lays bare the flaws of human perception and the beauty of surprise. Embracing originality and eccentricity, our protagonist endorses the belief that the individual can make a difference in the lives of a multitude. In the end, it leaves us with a seed to nurture and carry with us (along with our reusable bags) the next time we go to the grocery.