Framing the Dialogue

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Tier One Wild

tier one wildKolt “Racer” Raynor is back in his Delta Force unit and hunting missing weapons from the overthrown Libyan government.  In Tier One Wild Former officials from that regime are suspected of selling them to unsavory characters.  At center stage are surface to air missiles that are a threat to commercial aircraft.  The opening segment is about as harrowing an event as you’ll read in many of these type novels.  Many in America feel somewhat safe as the weapons are on another continent, but sometimes bad things come home.

Black Site

I am enjoying the surge of novels by former special operations guys.  It is heartening to see the level of dedication that these men have for our freedom and our safety. Black Site is by former Delta Force commander, and author  Dalton Fury (not a bad last name for a special ops guy).  Fury introduces us to Kolt Raynor (AKA Racer) who is a down and out, former Delta team member who has the opportunity to right a wrong…sort of.  The novel is fairly suspenseful and action packed and Racer necessarily offs a bunch of bad guys.  Fury provides some insight into the means and methods of special operations forces and their strong bond toward each other.