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 Detective William Murdoch (13 episodes, 2011)
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An exclusive 13-part original online series created as an extension of the fourth season of Murdoch Mysteries on Citytv. Featuring the stars of the series and illustrations by acclaimed comic book artist Francis Manapul (The Flash, Superman/Batman), the online adventure brings to life Constable George Crabtree's first novel, "The Curse of the Lost Pharaohs." Written by CityTV Press Release

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7 November 2012 | by (Washington State, United States) – See all my reviews

George Crabtree writes a novel: The Curse of the Lost Pharoahs. George is now Murdoch's partner. When all seven members of the local 'Egyptology Club' are found dead by some mysterious, identical cause, Detective William Murdoch of the Toronto Constabulary and his partner Detective George Crabtree are enlisted to investigate. With the help of comely heiress Dr. Julia Ogden, they learn that a rare and toxic fungus was released upon the opening of a sarcophagus recently smuggled in from Egypt. Tracking further attacks on collectors of Egyptian rarities, Murdoch and Crabtree look to find a scientific explanation for what appear to be the supernatural actions of a long-dead Mummy. But when that Mummy arrives at Station 4 intent on killing them, they realize the plot goes much deeper. They learn of threats against the Egyptologists by a person known only as 'Sekhmet' – also known as the Egyptian Goddess of Retribution.

Please note that this is a novel by Crabtree--it varies in style from the rest of the series. It is a bit corny in areas but still a good story. And naturally, Crabtree is the main character instead of Murdoch. I thought it was good.


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