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Maureen Jennings (born 1939) is a Canadian writer. She was born on Eastfield Road in Birmingham, England; she spent her formative years there until emigrating to Canada at the age of seventeen with her mother.
Detective Murdoch series
Jennings says that stories of John Wilson Murray, a Victorian era detective who was appointed as Ontario's first government detective in 1875, "was an important inspiration" for her, and led to the development of the character William Murdoch.
- Except the Dying (1997)
- Under the Dragon's Tail (1998)
- Poor Tom Is Cold (2001)
- Let Loose the Dogs (2003)
- Night's Child (2005)
- Vices of My Blood (2006)
- A Journeyman to Grief (2007)
- Let Darkness Bury the Dead (2017)
The Murdoch series has also been expanded into a series of stage plays, the most recent one Death In A Black Suit, premiering November 2014 at the Scarborough Village Theatre.
Christine Morris series
- Does Your Mother Know? (2006)
- The K Handshape (2008)
Detective Inspector Tom Tyler series
- Season of Darkness (2011)
- Beware This Boy (2012)
- No Known Grave (2014)
- Dead Ground in Between (2016)
- The Map of Your Mind: Journeys Into Creative Expression (2001)
- "Murdoch Mysteries: Modern story, Victorian setting". Victoria Times Colonist. January 24, 2008. Retrieved February 16, 2012.
- Edwards, Peter. "Murdoch Mysteries TV series inspired by real Toronto detective". Toronto Star. Retrieved January 3, 2014.
- Soknacki, David. "Scarborough Theatre Guild presents the world premiere of Maureen Jennings' Death in a Black Suit". Scarborough Mirror. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
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