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Murdoch in Muskoka Omnibus One

by Liam D. Dwyer


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Murdoch in Muskoka Omnibus One

In these first three complete Murdoch in Muskoka tales, author Liam Dwyer proves why Inspector Ian Murdoch is a perennial favourite of Muskoka mystery fans.

Murder in Muskoka
When OPP Inspector Ian Murdoch discovers a body washed up on the shore of his Lake Muskoka island, he is forced to set personal grief aside. With his new partner, he unravels mysteries involving the continent's oldest operating steamboat, a Second World War POW camp, and an elderly lady's 60-year-old secret. Things get even more complicated, and deadly, with the unearthing of a headless skeleton on an old farm near Vankoughnet.

Gold & Greed Murdoch in Muskoka, Book II
Coming to grips with his newly shattered life, Ian Murdoch unwittingly rescues a golf thief stranded on Lake Muskoka. With a fortune in gold coins at stake, and a stunning young bride in tow, Florida millionaire Jose de Sa will go to any length to recover his property. Meanwhile, Murdoch navigates the treacherous shoals of greed as an investigation into a previous shooting goes awry. 

Muskoka Cross & Double Corss Murdoch in Muskoka, Book III
The calm of a Muskoka autumn ends abruptly when crews make a grisly discovery while demolishing an old resort hotel near Port Carling. Mysterious relics, a human skeleton, a dead lawyer, and a beautiful recluse -Inspector Murdoch is already in deep water before the man who killed his partner reappears. Hold onto the gunwales, this plot twists and turns more than a Muskoka shoreline.



Liam D. Dwyer, the youngest of eight children, was born in Eganville, Ontario, in 1923. Joining the Canadian Navy om 1942, he served as a Petty Officer on the HMCS Sarnia, which was assigned to convoy duty in the North Atlantic and to mine sweeping off Newfoundland and Nova Scotia.

After the war, he worked for A.V. Roe (later called Hawker Siddley) on the Orenda and Iroquois gas turbines, the later being used as the power plant for Avro Arrow. He retired from the company after thirty seven years in senior management positions.

Liam's first Inspector Murdoch mystery novel, Murder in Muskoka, was originally published in 2004.

With his wife, Mary, Liam enjoys their home on Lake Muskoka at Gravenhurst and vacationing in Deerfield Beach, Florida.



Publisher: Muskoka Dockside Reader, 2010
Category: Fiction
ISBN: 978-0-9736208-5-6 9781896350301
Price: $19.95 CDN/softcover
Format: 401 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 in