I am a retired chemistry professor, now living in Pointe Claire, Quebec. I spent my early years in and around the town of Ulverston in N.W. England. In 1963 I took up a position teaching Elementary and High School in Montreal. After four rewarding years in teaching, I returned to University, obtaining a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Rice University in the Spring of 1972. In my professional career, spent largely at John Abbott College, I wrote a series of in-house texts to accompany my innovative award winning approach to chemistry teaching. I also co-authored several research papers, review articles and a book - "The Role of Solvents in Chemical Reactions". Since retirement I have found time to indulge my passion for sports, cryptic crossword design, and when the grandchildren cooperate - writing fiction.
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