Sometimes the Dragon Wins

Red China's technological triumph, the late 21st century's “Great Leap Upward” deployment of a “space elevator” providing inexpensive transportation to and from orbit, and the moon, permits the inexpensive transport of hard goods manufactured in a microgravity satellite and lunar factories, and creates a global trade imbalance. UN Intelligence Asset Cateel is sent to effect temporary sabotage. More

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Language: American English
ISBN: 9781476087030
About William Walling

Born at an early age of mixed parents, a man and a woman, early childhood was a disaster; my imaginary playmate would have nothing to do with me, though I myself thought the kid was great. Since then it’s been all downhill.

Seriously, a former aerospace engineer with a keen interest in ancient history, classical music and speculative fiction—long jumps in interest, perhaps, but true—I spent decades designing flight systems hardware in Lockeed’s Space System Division, where a career high point was working on a recently declassified, five-year program codenamed AZORIAN that sucessfully retrieved a Soviet naval submarine from the deep Pacific north of Hawaii.

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