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Let darkness bury the dead / Maureen Jennings.

Jennings, Maureen, (author.).

Available copies

  • 25 of 30 copies available at Sitka.
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Glenwood and Souris Regional Library.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Glenwood and Souris Regional Library F JENNINGS 2017 (Text) 367640000142707 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Alert Bay Public Library AF JEN (Text) 35125000125595 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Bibliotheque St. Claude Library FIC JEN (Text) 36725000156836 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Bowen Island Public Library MYS JEN (Text) 30947000526679 Mysteries Volume hold Available -
Bren Del Win Centennial Library W F Jennings (Text) 36320000346072 Waskada Adult Fiction Volume hold In process -
Burns Lake Public Library AF JEN (Text) 35198000642158 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Castlegar Public Library MYS JEN (Text) 35146002055937 Mystery Volume hold Available -
Creston Public Library MYS JEN (Text) 35140100030017 Mystery Volume hold Available -
Houston Public Library F JEN (Text) 35150001707894 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Invermere Public Library FIC JEN (Text) IPL054034 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780771050589
  • ISBN: 0771050585
  • Physical Description: 330 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 2017.

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Includes bibliographical references.
Summary, etc.:
"Canada's premier author of historical mystery fiction returns with a brand new and highly anticipated Murdoch Mystery, with an older and wiser Detective Murdoch. It is November 1917. The Great War is grinding on, chewing up young men by the thousands. Initially, in the loyal Dominion of Canada, people are mostly eager to support the Motherland and fight for the Empire. Men perceived as slackers or cowards are shunned. But the carnage is horrendous and with enforced conscription, the enthusiasm for war is dimming. William Murdoch is a widower, a senior detective who, thanks to the new temperance laws, spends his time tracking down bootleggers and tipplers; most unsatisfying. His wife, Amy, died giving birth to their second child, a girl who lived only a few hours more. Murdoch, racked by grief, withdrew from four-year-old, Jack. This he regrets and would dearly love to make up for his negligence. As we enter the story, Jack, now twenty-one, has returned from France after being wounded and gassed. It is soon apparent that he is deeply troubled and is bound by shared secrets to another wounded former soldier, Percy McKinnon. Murdoch suddenly has much more serious crimes than rum-running on his hands. The night after Jack and McKinnon arrive home, a young man is found beaten to death in the impoverished area of Toronto known as the Ward. Soon after, Murdoch has to deal with a tragic suicide, also a young man. Two more attacks follow in quick succession. The only common denominator is that all of the men were exempted from conscription. Increasingly worried that Jack knows more than he is letting on, Murdoch must solve these crimes before more innocents lose their lives."--Provided by publisher.
Subject: Murdoch, William (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Veterans > Fiction.
Conscription Crisis, 1917 > Fiction.
Genre: Mystery fiction.
Historical fiction.

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