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True Crime General

Canada's Greatest Unsolved Mysteries

by (author) Maclean's

Rogers Publishing Limited
Initial publish date
Oct 2013
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    Publish Date
    Oct 2013
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On any given day, there are hundreds of daughters and sons, mothers and fathers, and sisters and brothers missing in Canada. In most cases, the police have no clue whom they are looking for, but have a shred of DNA or something to go on. In others, the trail is long cold but they haven’t given up. Every word written afresh about these crimes may jog someone’s memory, bring in a new lead, uncover a long-overlooked piece of evidence. All the cases in this Maclean’s special issue are unsolved mysteries. They are not just about violent crimes; they span centuries, from the search for the wreck of the 1845 Franklin expedition, to Tom Thomson’s alleged drowning in 1917. Canada’s Greatest Unsolved Mysteries showcases Maclean’s finest storytellers as they fan out across the country to write about Canada’s most perplexing whodunits. And perhaps catch a killer.

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