Best-selling mystery author Maureen Jennings talks about her beloved Murdoch, writing historical fiction, and of course, her latest book in the Inspector Tom Tyler series.
Based on a poem by Maureen Jennings, from the novel “Let Darkness Bury the Dead”.
Based on a poem by Maureen Jennings, here’s Tim O’Dacre’s beautiful performance of “Farewells”.
Coming from Cormorant Books:
THE PARADISE CAFÉ. BOOK ONE. HEAT WAVE.
The story begins in July 1936 when the city of Toronto is undergoing a record breaking heat wave. CHARLOTTE FRAYNE is working as a private investigator, a junior associate in a small (two person) investigating company owned by T.GILMORE.
Working on her first case, she discovers that the detective in charge is somebody she met some years ago. His name is JACK MURDOCH. He is following in his father’s footsteps. His father was Detective William Murdoch, now retired to Nova Scotia.