Incredibly fun read!

The latest review for Trails of Injustice (2nd Hank Rangar Thriller).

Don’t forget that Trails of Injustice is on sale for $0.99 today (2/23) through Thursday (2/25)


I highly recommend this book.
Even though it is fiction, it was written so well it made me feel as if I was  reading a documentary. It seemed so real. It kept me guessing what was next and drew me into the plot, not letting go until the last page. And I was left looking for more. It was simply a fun book to read. I can’t wait for the next addition from these authors.

Ed Weaver
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Trails of Injustice (2nd Hank Rangar Thriller) on Sale $0.99

Trails of Injustice, the second Hank Rangar thriller, is on sale for $0.99 (normally $3.99) this Tuesday through Thursday (2/23 – 2/25).  This sale is for the electronic version only.

Hank Rangar – righting the wrongs of a government that thinks it is above the law.

Hank is laying low in Mexico when the death of an ATF agent draws him into a global conspiracy to disarm the world. This is the second book in the Hank Rangar series, ripped from today’s headlines. Hank discovers an ATF agent has been murdered to cover-up a Fast and Furious type scandal and now he knows too much.



Here is what people are saying about Trails of Injustice:


“I really do miss Hank sometimes and want to go back to that world.” Lilly

“Trails of Injustice is an excellent read, your pacing is wonderful and I appreciate the diversity of your characters.”  Suzanne


“For Trails of Injustice is a battle fought in the way that only free men and women can fight it: with a conviction that drives heroic choices, terrible risks, and even the occasional sense of gay abandon that comes from knowing we can do no less, that this is best within us.  Buy Trails of Injustice, try not to finish it too quickly, give a thought to what it means for all of us, then tell a friend.”

Walter Donway


“We have two brilliant writers who have taken up the task, and those are the Hallings. Their Hank Rangar (that’s “Ranger,” with an A) novels are well written, have characters who are developed, have great plotlines, suspense and action. There’s even, shudder, ROMANCE! The protagonist, Hank Rangar (that’s “Ranger,” with an A), has ample opportunities to discuss why the central issue of the novel is immoral and he addresses it while both following Objectivist principles AND giving us a hell of a ride in the process. If I believed in the initiation of force I’d make every person in the country buy those novels and read them.”

Ken Mosher



DK Halling – Writing the wrongs of a government that thinks it is above the law.


Dale Halling – Economics, Evolution, and Rand’s Meta-Ethics: Atlas Summit 2016

State of Innovation

D of the DK Halling authors of the Hank Rangar series has been selected to give talk on Economics, Evolution, and Rand’s Meta-Ethics.  This year’s Atlas Summit will be held in Las Vegas July 11-13 just proceeding FreedomFest at the same location.  Here is the description of my talk:

A scientific, Objectivist school of economics would start with the very nature of man as does Rand’s ethics. From an evolutionary and economic point of view the unique feature of man is that while all other organisms adapted to their environment, man adapts his environment to his needs. This shows that inventions are the evolutionary equivalent of positive genetic changes. It also shows that the key resource in economics is man’s mind. The relationship between Rand’s meta-ethics, evolution, and economics will be examined.

Presently my talk is scheduled for Tuesday, July 12 from 4:00–5:00 PM, however this is subject to change. …

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Dale Halling and William R Thomas – Austrian Economics and Objectivism Panel: Atlas Summit 2016

State of Innovation

I am proud to announce that Will Thomas and I will be giving a talk on Objectivism and Austrian Economics.  This year’s Atlas Summit will be held in Las Vegas July 11-13 just proceeding FreedomFest at the same location.  Here is the description of our talk:

Prominent Objectivists have argued that Austrian Economics is compatible with Objectivism. Ludwig von Mises was Ayn Rand’s favorite economic thinker, and Objectivist economist George Reisman was trained by Mises. Despite this, Rand was very critical of a number of Austrians including F.A. Hayek and Murray Rothbard.  David Kelley has written that “Hayek seems to think that if socialist planning were possible, socialism might be the morally ideal system.” What are the philosophical foundations of Austrian Economics? Is Austrian Economics good economics? Dale Halling and William R Thomas will explore these questions in this panel session.

Presently our talk is scheduled for Wednesday, July 13…

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