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Dr. Ray Cooke, faculty emeritus, authors novel

October 21, 2011, 2:00 pm
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Dr. Ray Cooke, former history professor for many years at NNU, has “stirred himself from retirement to venture into fiction after years of teaching only what really happened—at least most of the time.”

Cooke’s book, The Yukon in Peril. A Sherlock Holmes Mystery Adventure, uses characters Holmes and Watson and is authorized by the Estate of Conan Doyle. Her Majesty’s Government calls upon Holmes to serve the Empire in the face of danger from an assortment of sources.

According to R. McIntyre Cooke (a.k.a. Ray Cooke), the book is “rollicking good fun” and can be purchased at iUniverse.com, Barnes and Noble.com, Amazon and the NNU Bookstore.


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