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Except the Dying

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        StatementMcClelland & Stewart
        PublishersMcClelland & Stewart
        LC ClassificationsMay 18, 2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 55 p. :
        Number of Pages42
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10077104397X

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The wind tossed it back in her face. And, of course,the f lood of drunk and disorderly. It's utterly charming how each character also possesses different views and varying dialogues; which adds diversity and further depth to the story. I actually prefer the novels to the show. Except the Dying family has some doubtful connections from the son and father. Murdoch is nothing like his TV persona, neither is Crabtree almost non-existent and neither is Brackenreid.

It seemed as though several events were going on, but not one addressed the question of why Therese died. Just because I loved how detailed and well written the historical scenes were. On the one hand, I really like it, but on the other, I am quite annoyed with it. What a disappointment after the Canadian TV series.

I actually prefer the novels to the show.

Except the Dying (novel)

The character of Murdoch is well drawn, as is that of Constable Except the Dying. Ah well, life isn't always perfect. If you're a fan of the TV as any good Canadian should be you will definitely enjoy this book. I honestly admit, I'm a bit confused by this book. Was it coincidence that she was picked up?

Murdoch has much more of a bite and is more like a real person than the archetype of a perfect detective. She brings alive 1895 Toronto. This novel is the third Murdoch story I have read and the fifth book by Maureen Jennings in 4 weeks.