Pendulum of Justice (1st Hank Rangar Thriller)
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.
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
Absolutely brilliant – that was my first thought after I finished reading this compelling novel. Lit Amri for Readers’ Favorite
This book is hard to put down. The hero is a true good-guy, no serious flaws or gray areas. One of the best features of the book is the use of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and objectivist philosophy to show why and how much our government is out of control and how the hero’s actions are ethical in seeking justice. Ken Mosher
Trails of Injustice (2nd Hank Rangar Thriller)
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.
A novel we call a “thriller” can thrill on many levels: plot and action, character charisma, veracity of detail such as the technological, compelling power of theme, and even (yes, occasionally) the philosophical ideas at stake. Trails of Injustice, the second in the Hank Rangar series, succeeds at every one of those levels; for this reader, at least, it thrills “the whole man.” Walter Donway
I loved it – hard to put it down. This second book of Hank Ranger is even more engaging than the first. So when is the 3rd coming? Tom666