Alex Estrov was born and raised in the former USSR, and his first language is Russian. He graduated from the Moscow Institute of Electronics with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Following two years of military duty in the Soviet Air Force as a lieutenant in signals, he immigrated to the USA.
Estrov has worked as an engineer for several electronics companies in Massachusetts, became a consultant for several major corporations, and then founded a power electronics company. He has written technical articles and given presentations at engineering conferences. He holds four patents in the field of electrical power conversion and electronic components.
Currently, Alex Estrov is the President of Planar Quality Corporation (PQC), whose customers include some of the leading aerospace and military companies in North America and Israel. Minarets of Notre Dame is his first novel.
Minarets of Notre Dame
This is a story about Americans and her surprising allies fighting in WWIII. In the world of the future, old competitors, even one-time geopolitical enemies, now trade, cooperate in space exploration and fight in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East against a bitter and hardened enemy. The threat comes from the nuclear-amed French Caliphate.
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