Dragondoom

Dragondoom by Dennis Lester McKiernan

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Dennis Lester McKiernan

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Country: USA Born: 1932-04-04 $$ 0 $$ Dennis McKiernan (full name - Dennis Lester McKiernan) was born on April 4, 1932 in Moberley, Missouri, in a working class family. At 18, he went to serve in the Air Force, where he served for four years. During the Korean War, he was a radar mechanic. Following demobilization, McKiernan graduated on a military scholarship from the University of Missouri College, where he earned a bachelor`s degree and an electrical engineering degree in 1958. Then he went to work at Bell, in 1964 he defended his master`s thesis at Duke University. Prior to his retirement in 1989, Dennis McKiernan worked at Bell, where he was engaged in the creation and testing of anti-missile systems, later - telephone systems, was the manager of various projects. He worked for two and a half years in Kwajalein Atoll, where he became interested in scuba diving. Upon returning to the United States, McKinan became involved in motorsport - a hobby that led him to a hospital be...

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Country: USA Born: 1932-04-04 $$ 0 $$ Dennis McKiernan (full name - Dennis Lester McKiernan) was born on April 4, 1932 in Moberley, Missouri, in a working class family. At 18, he went to serve in the Air Force, where he served for four years. During the Korean War, he was a radar mechanic. Following demobilization, McKiernan graduated on a military scholarship from the University of Missouri College, where he earned a bachelor`s degree and an electrical engineering degree in 1958. Then he went to work at Bell, in 1964 he defended his master`s thesis at Duke University. Prior to his retirement in 1989, Dennis McKiernan worked at Bell, where he was engaged in the creation and testing of anti-missile systems, later - telephone systems, was the manager of various projects. He worked for two and a half years in Kwajalein Atoll, where he became interested in scuba diving. Upon returning to the United States, McKinan became involved in motorsport - a hobby that led him to a hospital bed in 1977: he crashed into a car on his motorcycle. Excessive free time and the inability to move because of the plaster cocoon led to the fact that he began to compose in his mind various stories about elves, gnomes, trolls - so as not to simply go crazy. Today, Dennis McKiernan has penned about 20 books of the fantastic genre.