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Robert C. Kenny

Bio: Robert C. Kenny is an electronics specialist with a major defense contractor in Norwalk, Connecticut. In his twenty-eight-year career he has been involved in the research and development of flat-panel display technology and military and aerospace systems. He also has a lifelong interest in natural history, human evolution and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Mr. Kenny is married, has one daughter and lives in a house he designed and built himself in Shelton, Connecticut. He is also a freelance artist and plays the electric bass guitar. His short story series The Long Ride Home is a three-time winner of the CrossTIME Short Science Fiction Award. He has also written several other short stories and poems. Archive is his first full-length novel. He is currently working on his second novel.



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1 Archive [MultiFormat]
by Robert C. Kenny
  Jeff Mundy dreamed, studied and worked all his life in preparation for this moment. His mentor, Professor Albert Lear, president and co-founder of Chamberlain University and The Bunnell Radio Observatory, hadinvested his life, his career and his personal fortunein the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. First Contact! The world-shattering implications hadalways fascinated Lear, but time and age were catching up. The past still haunted him and the future made no promises. Soon it would be l... more info>> (Published: 2006)

Words: 91049 - Reading Time: 260-364 min.
Category: Science Fiction
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