Oni by Marc Olden, Rising Sun by Michael Crichton, Hell In A Very Small Place by Bernard B. Fall, To Dare and To Conquer by Derek Leebaert, The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights by John Steinbeck, The Transformation of War by Martin van Creveld
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On Friday, August 21st I was invited on the Tucker Carlson Tonight show on Fox News after he read my most recent blog post.
With the civil unrest of the past few months, I have been getting a lot of questions about firearms, training, and security.
August reading list: To Kill A Mockingbird, Eye of the Needle, Supreme Command, In the Lake of the Woods, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, The Kill Artist.
I was so fired up to see how the novels are resonating with the archery and bow hunting communities, especially since SAVAGE SON is an archery centric thriller where I use the meditative and therapeutic benefits of archery for veterans to help propel the storyline.
July reading list: Gates of Fire, Deliverance, Presumed Innocent, The Hobbit, Never Cry Wolf, The Gamble.
Pack your flippers and MP5s, because Richard Ryan is bringing on former SEALs Trevor Thompson and Jack Carr to react to some classic Navy SEAL movies.
The eighth installment from my monthly reading list is live on my blog. Interested in the how and why behind the books that influenced me? You might find one that resonates. Happy reading!
2020 JACK CARR Father's Day Gift Guide If you find yourself reading the blog and asking, “does my dad really need this?” the answer is a resounding “yes!” I am excited to post the JACK CARR 2020 FATHER’S DAY GEAR GUIDE. Everyone who knows me knows that I’ve been a “gear guy” my entire life. If you’ve read my novels or followed me on social media, my passion [...]
For those new to the Team, each month I highlight six books; some are from the professional reading list I was asked to put together for the Naval Special Warfare Center before I retired from the SEAL Teams and others are books I have enjoyed at various stages of my life not directly associated with my time in the military.