In this story of lives colliding, Dancer walks the line between action and emotion, weaving the two with a careful hand. Dancer's characters are as finely chiseled as the land where they make their home. Rachel Weaver, author, "Point of Direction""
"Patriarch Run" is, in its heart, an old-school Western set in modern-day Colorado . . . Dancer s swift, efficient chapters come at you like machine-gun fire until the final bullet gives them all some peace. Michael Madigan, author, "Double Dare""
From the first page, "Patriarch Run" will hook you, reel you in, pull you out of the pond, and leave you gasping for breath at the bottom of the rowboat! Gregory Hill, author, "East of Denver""
Full of action and realistic gunfights, "Patriarch Run" is one heck of a ride. It takes off and keeps going, right up to the apocalypse! G. Michael Hopf, author, "Sanctuary""
"Patriarch Run" is a thriller with a soul . . . And behind the heart-pounding plot and the rich characters, readers will find a thought provoking narrative that informs the way they see both themselves and the world around them. Maura Weiler, author, "Contrition""
"Patriarch Run" is fast-paced, frighteningly realistic, and on par with some of the best thrillers in the genre. Isaac Hooke, author, "Atlas ""
""Patriarch Run"accomplishes something few thrillers have achieved: it gets the guns right, and it gets the psychology of the gunfight right. Benjamin Dancer writes the gunfight scenes with a realism seldom seen in fiction." Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, author, "On Killing""
"Unsparing, violent and cinematic, "Patriarch Run"starts with a bang and doesn't let up. Benjamin Dancer is an immensely talented writer; his assured, lean prose and stark realism will appeal to fans of Cormac McCarthy and Don Winslow."-A. J. Banner, author, "The Good Neighbor""
Benjamin Dancer has illustrated that our greatest villain is overpopulation. Can the global community confront this most daunting adversary--too many people on a limited planet?" Paul R. Ehrlich, Bing Professor of Population Studies Emeritus, President, Center for Conservation Biology"