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Except the Dying (novel)
Except the Dying
Number 1 of 7
Published 1997
Written by Maureen Jennings
ISBN 978-0312168292
Next Under the Dragon's Tail


In the cold Toronto winter of 1895, the unclad body of a servant girl is found frozen in a deserted laneway. Detective William Murdoch quickly finds out that more than one person connected with the girl’s simple life has something to hide.

SummaryEdit

PrologueEdit

Chapter OneEdit

Chapter TwoEdit

Chapter ThreeEdit

Chapter FourEdit

Chapter FiveEdit

Chapter SixEdit

Chapter SevenEdit

Chapter EightEdit

Chapter NineEdit

Chapter TenEdit

Chapter ElevenEdit

Chapter TwelveEdit

Chapter ThirteenEdit

Chapter FourteenEdit

Chapter FifteenEdit

Chapter SixteenEdit

Chapter SeventeenEdit

Chapter EighteenEdit

Chapter NineteenEdit

Chapter TwentyEdit

Chapter Twenty-OneEdit

EpilogueEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The novel's title is taken from a line in the Emily Dickinson poem "The Last Night That She Lived."

GalleryEdit

CharactersEdit

MainEdit

SecondaryEdit

  • Edith Foy
  • John Foy
  • Joe Seaton
  • Chief Constable Grasett
  • Constable Richmond
  • Mr. Driscoll
  • Mr. Wiggins
  • James McCay
  • Oliver Wicken
  • Arthur Johnson
  • Godfrey Shepcote
  • George Canning
  • John Tinney
  • Elizabeth Milner
  • Samuel Quinn
  • Webster
  • Constable Cavendish
  • Sergeant Seymour
  • Robert D. Moffat
  • Leticia Wright
  • Mathilda Kleiser
  • Charles Elrod
  • Maria Jenkins

MentionedEdit

  • Father Alphonse
  • Father Corbiere
  • Mansfield Otranto
  • Father Fair
  • May Brogan
  • Marianne
  • John Jarvis
  • Tim Black

ReferencesEdit


Murdoch Mysteries Books
Except the DyingUnder the Dragon's TailPoor Tom is Cold
Let Loose the DogsNight's ChildVices of My BloodA Journeyman to Grief

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