About the Author

Nick d'Arbeloff was born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


After graduating from Georgetown University with a degree in English literature, Nick began a successful career in high technology. In the 1990s, he co-founded one software company and founded another.


As the threat of climate change became increasingly apparent, Nick was invited to train under former Vice President Al Gore in 2006 as a representative of The Climate Project. At about the same time, he took on the challenge of building a new non-profit organization to leverage New England's high-tech legacy and make the region a leader in providing clean energy solutions to the global marketplace.


His first novel, Excessive Entanglement, is a political thriller cleverly described by one reviewer as "Michael Crichton meets West Wing." While taking the reader on a tumultuous journey from Washington DC to Beijing to the L5 Spaceport, the story plunges into the political machinations surrounding mankind's opportunity to build a completely new civilization from the ground up.

 He is currently at work on a second novel; a political thriller involving terrorists

 who threaten to unleash nuclear mayhem unless the planet acts to save itself.


Over the years, Nick has gained extensive experience with public speaking and the media, and has appeared on such national programs as NBC Nightly News, NPR's All Things Considered, CNN, NPR’s OnPoint and numerous local television and live radio shows.

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