Ron Carter: Mormon Author
Ronald G. Carter, writing under the name Ron Carter, was the author of the nine-volume fictional recreation of the American Revolutionary War. He also authored several other books, including Me and The Geezer, The Beecher Incident, The Youngest Drover, Death of a Stranger, The Trial of Mary Lou, The Royal Macabees, The Blackfoot Moonshine Rebellion of 1892, The Case of the Deadly Counterfeiters, The Case of the Golden Spike Kidnappers, The Clearwater Union War, and Unlikely Heroes.
Carter, born in 1932, earned his bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and his juris doctorate degree obtained after study at George Washington University and the University of Utah.
He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He and his wife, LaRae, had nine children. He passed away in November 2008.