RT Another WOW review for Grey Death


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The second book in Ron Dahle’s series ***** As I quickly found myself caught up in, cheering these geriatric warriors on, and wanting desperately for them to successfully complete every mission, I soon forgot their ages. These incredibly talented American Veterans are Warriors thru & thru. Age no longer thought of as these men take on & accomplish missions to stop or slow the loss of the America they first fought for.
With the Deacon leading this unit of Warriors, you’ll find yourself cheering them on, feeling their losses, their determination & strength. You’ll be looking forward to the next mission & hope & pray that these real Heroes make it through. As the tension & suspense builds as we draw closer to the “We The People” mission, I wonder will it happen? How will they accomplish it? What will the Deacon’s blueprints contain? Will the bond these Warriors have, their knowledge, skills, weapons & planning be enough? Will they be able to stop the threats America is now facing?
This is an incredible read. A series every American should read. I couldn’t put Churning Cauldron or Grey Death down & can hardly wait to read Grey Dawn, the final book *****
New readers review of Grey Death…..

I really enjoyed the “Churning Cauldron.” “Grey Death” is even more timely, exciting and absolutely on target for the current state of our nation. We are in urgent need of T…

RT Another knockout review for The Grey Dawn.


5.0 out of 5 stars The best yet!, January 15, 2013
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This review is from: The Grey Dawn (The Churning Cauldron) (Kindle Edition)

The Grey Dawn is Ron’s best work yet! From high-tech hacking in changing the world’s financial status, to using ‘other governmental agencies’ to assist the Geriatric Warriors’ fight for Lady Liberty, the scope of The Deacon’s operation continues to grow. Not only is the plot riveting in itself, the ingenuity used in accomplishing the missions increase the enjoyability of the read. “Improvise, adapt, overcome” and a fertile imagination are a lethal combination for the bad guys as our Warriors travel around the country and the globe in their shadow war. Looking forward to the sequel!


RT New review of The Churning Cauldron.


5.0 out of 5 stars The Churning Cauldron January 16, 2013
Good book Ron. This book synergizes current political, economic, social and religious issues. It ties in the patriotic acts of a group The Churning Cauldron: Book 1…The Beginning of Americans whose mission for their country was teaching other people to fight the machine of oppression within their own countries. These men have seen and know what is going on, the country is ripe for revolution and the exploitation of this environment in Ron’s book is excellent. It contains tactics, love, betrayal; includes analytical methodology planning and executing a military operation and on the human side how compartmentalization of love, emotion and relationships help a combat soldier deal with the reality of his life. This was an excellent read.

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The review is short, but says so much. There is a lot of truth in what the reviewer said.

5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, January 8, 2013
This review is from: The Grey Dawn (The Churning Cauldron) (Kindle Edition)

You find yourself gasp and utter “OMG” at the twist and turns, the secrets reveled. You get to know the “Deacon” better and better.. You are in his world by invitation only.. You either love or hate him there is no in between. You are a loyal friend or he is your worse nightmare. This book screams for more of what he sees happening to get American back to where she once was or better!


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Posted by on December 31, 2012 in Uncategorized


School massacre.

Ok, time to do some soul searching about the shooting in CT. Bottom line, guns didn’t kill the victims, a deranged evil person killed them.

Guns do not make people evil! Our society and culture breeds violence at many levels. I feel the movies share a piece of the blame, but I feel the biggest portion of the blame falls upon the multiplayer video games, and even the regular games which are so readily available. They advocate mass killings, rape, and robbery. The better you are at them the higher your ranking. And parents, you don’t get a free pass on this either, start doing your job!

But the video game industry, is not a consideration because of the $$$ involved in the games. Nobody wants to hear it, they start screaming about the 1st amendment as soon as it is brought up. And fact of life it is part of the entertainment industry, and we all know who they have in their pocket, so let’s go after guns…kill 2 birds with 1 stone.

We all know evil people exist, be they just plain evil, or mentally deranged, the end result can be the same. This most recent murderer had killing on his mind, and nothing was going to stop him.

What if he had broken into the same school the same way he did and had 5 or 6 pint sized Molotov cocktails with him. Try to fathom what the death toll may have been under those circumstances. Very possibly in the hundreds.

It isn’t a matter of too many guns, it is a case of too few!  All of our school massacres took place in   “gun free zones”. Do you suppose it is time to train and arm select school personnel?  Just the fact that schools had a means to protect themselves would be a major deterrent.

Controlling guns isn’t the answer; controlling evil is.


Posted by on December 15, 2012 in Uncategorized


RT Surprise! excerpt from The Grey Dawn


NOTE:  For the uninitiated Tracy, is an assassin, who recently went to work for The Deacon. She came highly recommended by a close friend of Ron’s (the Deacon) who is a Branch Chief in the CIA. She was one of the top assassins in the Agency. Naturally, Ron has been trying to get her in bed from the day they met.


Tracy finally took a break, and dialed her mother in Washington state, to advise her mom of her new job and address.

“Hey Tracy, I was beginning to wonder if you had dropped off the edge. What has been going on.”

“Mom, you wouldn’t believe it if I told you. It has been a hectic month for me. I have moved and have a new job.”

“Well, you going to tell me or do I have to guess?”

“Ok, I am doing private contracting for the government sort of. I work for an old fucker that goes by the name of the Deacon. I live in a set of quarter’s right here on the compound.”

Tracy’s mom was quiet for a long time; finally, she spoke. “Tell me a little more about this Deacon character.”

Well he is close to 70 years old I would think, although he refuses to acknowledge that. His real name is Ron Dakle. He retired as a Command Sergeant Major. He is widowed, and I get the feeling he would jump my bones in a minute if I ever dropped my guard.”

A long silence ensued, “Mom are you still there”

“Oh yes baby, I’m here, are you sitting down, if not you need to.”

“For Christ sake mom drop the theatrics and tell me what to fuck is going on!”

“Ok, in a nutshell, the Deacon is your biological father. He and I had a fling in the seventies, he and your dad were good friends, your dad went on an extended TDY, and damn it things just happened. Ron left to go to Monterey before I knew I was pregnant. Your dad knew that he couldn’t be your father, so he volunteered to take an unaccompanied tour to Panama, just to clear his head. He was there about ten months and was killed in South America. Right after he was killed I moved back home to Washington. I never told you, as I wanted to spare you thinking ill of me. So there, now you know.”

“Holy fucking shit! And I was considering giving him some sympathy pussy. Guess that’s out of the question. So what to fuck do I do now. I don’t know if I should tell him or not. There’s a lot at stake here. I’ve got a great job.”

“Well if you don’t tell him, I will. I know him better than you realize. He is all business when it comes to what he does. He would put you at undue risk for the sake of the mission. Maybe if he knows he’s your father he will moderate his stance a bit.”

“Damn it, I’m not looking for a free ride, never have and don’t plan to start now.”

“Ok babe, but it can’t hurt. the Deacon I knew will still throw you to the lions but if he knows who you are he’ll put you in with an old sick lion to give you a fighting chance. There are no free rides with the Deacon, it doesn’t matter who you are.”

“Ok then, but I want you to tell him. The last time he and I talked it didn’t go too well.”

“And that my dear is the streak of him that runs through you. You two, have always been of one mind. There was never any doubt in my mind whose daughter you were. You’re both bullheaded, stubborn, and capable of being mean as a fucking rattlesnake. That’s one of the reasons I would send you off, you reminded me of him too much. I’ll call him when we hang up and break the news to him. Keep in touch baby.”

“I will mom,” Tracy said.


Ron just sat down to have a cup of coffee with Mary Jane, when the phone rang. “It never fails,” he muttered as he answered it. He didn’t recognize the number on the caller ID or the voice on the other end of the phone.

The caller spoke softly and said, “Ron, I don’t believe you can’t recognize this voice who repeatedly whispered “fuck me” in your ear so many times in the early 70s.”

“Shit, is this Charlene?” Ron said, finally realizing who he was talking to. “You dropped off the face of the earth, I never did find out where you guys went after I was reassigned to Monterey.”

“Bobby was reassigned to Panama, where he got killed on a trip to South America. I relocated back home to Washington State, but this has nothing to do with why I called.”

“Well, out with it lady, no reason to be secretive, considering what we had shared over the years.”

Taking a deep breath Charlene was able to force the words “Ron, I don’t know how to say this but you and I had a daughter. I didn’t know I was pregnant when you went to Monterey, and after Bobby died I decided to let that die with him, as he is the only other person who knew she wasn’t his daughter.”

“And you are telling me this now…why? Is there anything I can do for her? Ron asked.

“As a matter of fact, there is, you can keep her alive! Against all odds, she wound up working for you. Ron, Tracy is your daughter! I know you, and I know Tracy’s line of work, I just hope that you will try to keep her safe. I just talked to her, and she doesn’t want to give up her job, so the ball is in your court to keep her alive. I hope you will do whatever is in your power to insure she dies of old age, and not on one of your rabbit assed operations.

“Barring a crisis this is the last time you will hear from me, as we have both moved on in our lives. I just hope you will do what is right by our daughter.” Charlene said as she hung up the phone.

Ron sat almost motionless staring at his coffee cup for what seemed like an eternity when Mary Jane finally broke the silence. “Well, are you going to tell me what that was all about or make me guess.”

“You’ll never guess this one babe, I just found out that an old friend and I had a daughter together and low and behold, it is Tracy! I just fucking knew she was too much like me to be a coincidence.”

“So what now?” Mary Jane asked.

“I have no frigging idea. I need to talk to her and we need to weigh our options. I could create an administrative position for her, as I really don’t want to deploy her in her specialty. Ultimately, the call will be hers.” Ron said.