Todd D. Utley
Todd Utley grew up in the Wilkinson Indiana area, a small farm community south of Anderson. He attended Ball State University, where he studied Manufacturing Technology, and ITT Technical University where he studied Electronics Engineering.
After graduating he began his journey through several high tech industries. He managed installations of high tech loss prevention systems such as those used in casinos and financial institutions. He worked on the EV1 project at General Motors, the first production electric car, which inspired the movie "Who Killed The Electric Car?" While employed with a Department of Defense Supplier he served as a consultant at the White Sands Missile Testing Range in New Mexico and worked with A.M. General Corporation designing components for the HUMVEE.
Mr. Utley currently resides in Anderson Indiana with his wife Kathy. He owns and operates a small Electronics Engineering company. In his spare time he still enjoys working on cars, computers, and of course writing. He can often be found on the golf course in the evening with his friends and family.
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by Todd D. Utley
The year is 2056. The world is still recovering from the pandemic of 2027 caused by a meteor borne virus that wiped out half the population. Cloning has been legalized in a desperate attempt to save humanity. Dodge Kerrington, a renowned Electronics Engineer leads his team at Embedded Systems Specialist. They must design and perfect memory transfer for the Human Cloning Process.
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