Only a call from the mayor can make acting inspector Murdoch take seriously the 'murder' cry from socialite widow Ruth Newsome whose dog, tipped to win the Toronto show, was poisoned, and her claim it must be the work of the main rival's owner, Beaumont Stoddard, who shortly after becomes the first human victim in a series of (near-)fatal stabbings and poisonings involving candidates. CRabtree isn't allowed to keep dogs, so a jailed suspect's prize bitch stays with William and delighted Julia, and proves herself a useful sleuth while sort of warming William's hart to the canine kind.
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Pistachio is incorrectly identified as a Golden Retriever when she is actually a Yellow Labrador, which is an entirely different breed. See more
Horace, dear, lunch is ready. Where are you? Would you like me to bring it to you? Horace! Ah, there you are. Are you napping? Wake up, Horace; I've brought you your lunch. Horace? Horace? Horace! Ah, ah, ah...
O Canada (French: Ô Canada)
Written by Calixa Lavallée
, Adolphe-Basile Routhier
and Robert Stanley Weir See more