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Back Cover

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.

 

With two high tech start-ups going gangbusters, former cyber warrior Hank Rangar has finally “made” it. His lab, “Made By Man,” has revolutionized cardiac procedures, potentially saving millions of lives and billions of dollars.  But, the most important person in his life is very sick and his technology is suddenly stolen.  Hank discovers two things: This lifesaving procedure may be the only way to save his sister AND Big Washington will stop at nothing to bury it.

 

Praise for Pendulum of Justice

Pendulum of Justice reads like a book on anti-gravity: impossible to put down!  My main complaint is how come the next book in the series isn’t out already.”

Peter Cresswell, Publisher of NotPC

 

Convert this to a movie script and sell it to Hollywood. Excellent theme and plot. 

The Magnolia Blossom

 

WOW! I feel like I just watched a movie in my head

Hines and Bigham’s Literary Tryst

 

Absolutely brilliant – that was my first thought after I finished reading this compelling novel. 

Lit Amri for Readers’ Favorite

 

 

 

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Halling asked to Speak at Atlas Summit 2014

Dale B. Halling, author of Pendulum of Justice  (with his wife Kaila) and The Decline and Fall of the American Entrepreneur, has been asked to speak at the Atlas Summit 2014.  The topic of his talk will be “Why did Rand Choose Inventor as Galt’s Profession?”

Abstract

Why did John Galt say “I was an inventor.  I was one of a profession that came last in human history and will be first to vanish on the way back to the sub-human?”  Today, there is an all-out attack on inventors.  Effective property rights for inventors are relatively new, dating from the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.  Currently, patent rights are under assault from all ends of the political spectrum and almost everywhere around the world.  Was Rand wrong when she said, “Patents … are the legal implementation of the base of all property rights.”