Franklin Mohan is a retired physician living in Belle River, Ontario. He enjoys his retirement time with his wife of forty-nine years. He is a wanna-be golfer, traveler, photographer, woodworker and writer.
Frank was born in Trinidad and moved to Canada at age sixteen, in 1963. He attended the University of Saskatchewan, taught high school Chemistry and Biology in Saskatchewan and in British Columbia, thence to Medical School, UWI, Jamaica.
Even after fifty-eight years, he still identifies himself as a Trini. He enjoys learning Trini cooking—roti, dhal, curry, etc.— from his wife, a Canadian.
This is his second book, the first being The Peripatetic Skylark.