A Victorian-era Toronto detective uses then-cutting edge forensic techniques to solve crimes, with the assistance of a female coroner who is also struggling for recognition in the face of tradition, based on the books by Maureen Jennings.
A vaudeville comic's death leads Murdoch to suspect Charlie Chaplin was the target.
Brackenreid learns his son is wanted for murder and refuses Murdoch's help with the case.
Murdoch learns from Terence Meyers that James Pendrick has been abducted and the inventor's life is in danger.
A part time university student is found dead with electrical burns on the head and two newly arrived American psychology professors with a penchant for unusual experiments may be responsible.
Murdoch and Ogden's weekend at a country inn goes awry when a guest is murdered.
Murdoch investigates the death of a harlot who was promised in a marriage transaction.
Murdoch, Ogden, Crabtree and Brackenreid must escape an abandoned factory rigged with rooms designed to kill.
Murdoch investigates a murder at the Newsome Estate, which has declared itself a nation.
Murdoch's investigation of a murder at an opium den intersects with Brackenreid's pursuit of Nomi's missing friend.
The brutal murder of a woman from Murdoch's past complicates his life.
Reeling from a personal revelation, Murdoch seeks to avenge the murder of Anna Fulford.