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A Deeper Blue (Ghost Series #5)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2007

    Another riproaring adventure of the Kildar

    Mike Jenkins, otherwise known as the Kildar by his band of Georgian warriors has just lost his lover and fighting companion. He is devastated by this loss and depressed, so when the U.S.President asks for his help he gives one of his key people the job of finding and neutralizing a group of islamic terrorists who want to smuggle nerve gas into the United States. His team is ambushed and he has to break out of his depression and find and destroy the terrorists, Columbian drug runners allied with them and the nerve agent. As usual, Ringo's prose is hard to put down and the story moves along swiftly in a well plotted way. It isn't War and Peace and won't win any awards, but it won't put you to sleep or bore you either.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    In the Caucasian Mountains, the Keldara Kildar Mike Harmon mourns the deaths of so many of his warriors, but it is the demise of his lover Gretchen Mahona, a warrior as good as any under his command, that huts the most. The Keldara war lord and former US Navy SEAL decides no more for his adopted people who have been very helpful in the war on terrorism.------------ Mike refuses to risk one more of his warriors even when the American president begs him track down nerve gas heading to Florida. However, he allows some of his subordinates to volunteer. When they are ambushed including a close friend, Mike decides he has had enough with the terrorists who care nothing about innocent lives. He vows to kill every jihad member and anyone supporting tem. His Keldara warriors will follow their Kildar leader into hell if need be, but they hope instead they can pull him back before he goes over the edge of insanity, destroying what is left of his humanity.------------- The key to the latest Keldara thriller (see GHOST, KILDAR, CHOOSERS OF THE SLAIN and UNTO THE BREACH) is the anguish and grief suffered by Mike. As the Ghost Kildar war lord he struggles with the deaths of his loyal courageous warriors especially the woman he loved and begins to question their role in the Global war on Terrorism. Readers will feel the hero¿s anguish, pain and doubts as John Ringo provides his strongest tale to date with his champion suffering from A DEEPER BLUE depression yet begins to swing from withdrawal to the suicidal manic need for vengeance. This is a great saga from a master.----------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted May 8, 2012

    John tells a great story. I've enjoyed his descriptive talents i

    John tells a great story. I've enjoyed his descriptive talents in every one of his published works. Except for the explicit interactions between the Kildar and the various women he beds the story is clear cut and hard lined. A fighting man's fighter without fear. I await the next volume.

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