About The Author
1921 - 2005
Thomas Pennell "Penn" Leary worked as a trial lawyer in his native city of Omaha,
Nebraska beginning in 1947 and practiced law until the late 1990s. During WW II he
was a bomber and fighter test pilot assigned to Wright Field in Dayton, Ohio, and later
was assigned to the Office of Strategic Services to work on "Project Javaman." He was a
writer in the fields of law, electronics, weather and aeronautics, and held several
patents. His hobbies included photography, printing, machine shop work, electronics,
Elizabethan history, computers and cryptography.
When Penn Leary passed away on March 9th, 2005, the world lost a great man,
husband, father and scholar. His family and friends are proud of him and his
accomplishments and he is greatly missed.
His book, "The Second Cryptographic Shakespeare," which contains 313 pages, 16 photo
illustrations, a bibliography and an index is available for purchase through the 'Contact
Us' link on the left side of this page for $25.00 plus postage. Or, for credit card orders
from Amazon, click the link below:
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