Murder on the Canadian book. I have been fortunate to have traveled and lived all across Canada and as his books take place at famous locations in this country, it is fun to say "oh, I've been there" when reading about it.
Murder on the Canadian book. My tastes have evolved since elementary school, but the books are still fun, especially for kids in the 8-12 year old range.
Murder On The Canadian. While aboard the passenger train "The Canadian," a beautiful woman is found murdered in Bedroom C. Amateur detective Tom Austen is on the case, determined to prove that the wrong person has been arrested for the crime. Other Books You Might Like.
Murder On The Canadian finds Tom Austen on board the sleek passenger train - The Canadian, where he must race .
Murder On The Canadian finds Tom Austen on board the sleek passenger train - The Canadian, where he must race to solve the murder of Catherine Saks before the killer finds him first. Appealing to children's inherent keen interest in mystery, Eric Wilson has skillfully woven accurate Canadian geographic and historic information into his writing. As such, these novels lend themselves to the integrated study of the mystery genre with Canadian geography topics in social studies, and investigation units in science.
Eric Wilson's classic children's novel is about a young sleuth racing the clock to solve a murder aboard a sleek new train . It looked innocent, but the ticking meant it was deadly. Published by HarperCollins Canada.
Eric Wilson's classic children's novel is about a young sleuth racing the clock to solve a murder aboard a sleek new train known as The Canadian. Shelagh Rogers interviews Canadian children's authors Eric Wilson and Monica Hughes (1996) 15:46.
Tom Austen, an aspiring detective, unravels a murder mystery while on a three-day transcontinental journey .
Tom Austen, an aspiring detective, unravels a murder mystery while on a three-day transcontinental journey aboard The Canadian. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you.
Canadian Author Eric Wilson has written over 25 books for youth and teens me, to my current 4/5 class. They loved it. Every class I've read it to has loved it. I've also read The Ice Diamond Quest and The Ghost of Lunenburgh Manor. All were hits with my students through the years. I am currently teaching the daughter of one of my fellow staff members. She thanked me for turning her daughter on to the reading after hearing Murder On the Canadian.
Eric Wilson continues to amaze me with every novel
Eric Wilson continues to amaze me with every novel. A Shred of Truth grabs you at the first page and never lets go. From a hero who is flawed yet admirable to the demented evil out to destroy him, Wilson has given us his best work yet. –Brian Reaves, author of Stolen Lives. Aramis Black took a walk on the wild side in his youth, but now he is trying to make a go of conventional life in Nashville, not in music but as the proprietor and co-owner of a coffee shop. Unsavory types from his past stalk him, however, convinced that he knows the whereabouts of treasure buried long ago by Meriwether Lewis on the Natchez Trace.
A special anniversary edition of the story that started it all
In Eric Wilson’s internationally bestselling debut novel, the agonizing sound of a woman’s scream hurls young Tom Austen into the middle of a murder plot on board the sleek passenger train The Canadian. Who is responsible for the death of lovely Catherine Saks? As Tom investigates the strange collection of travellers who share Car 165, he gets closer and closer to the truth . . . But Tom’s own life is put in danger when the real killer confronts him in this speeding plot.
To commemorate 40 years in print, this classic Canadian adventure novel has been reissued with a brand new look.