Series: Tom / Liz Austen Mystery

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Murder on the Canadian by Eric Wilson1
Vancouver Nightmare by Eric Wilson2
Terror in Winnipeg by Eric Wilson3
Lost Treasure of Casa Loma by Eric Wilson4
The Ghost of Lunenburg Manor by Eric Wilson5
Disneyland Hostage (Liz Austen Mysteries #6) by Eric Wilson6
The Kootenay Kidnapper (Tom Austen Mysteries #7) by Eric Wilson7
Vampires of Ottawa by Eric Wilson8
Spirit in the Rainforest (Tom and Liz Austen Mysteries #9) by Eric Wilson9
The Green Gables Detectives by Eric Wilson10
Code Red at the Supermall (Tom and Liz Austen Mysteries #11) by Eric Wilson11
Cold Midnight in Vieux Quebec by Eric Wilson12
The Ice Diamond Quest by Eric Wilson13
The Prairie Dog Conspiracy (Tom Austen Mysteries #14) by Eric Wilson14
The St. Andrews Werewolf by Eric Wilson15
The Case of the Golden Boy by Eric Wilson16
The Inuk mountie adventure by Eric Wilson17
Escape from the Big Muddy (Liz Austen Mysteries #18) by Eric Wilson18
The Emily Carr Mystery by Eric Wilson19
Red River Ransom by Eric Wilson20

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Series description

A Canadian mystery series for children featuring amateur detectives Tom and Liz Austen. Some books feature only Tom or only Liz, and many originally subtitled 'A Tom Austen Mystery' were republished as 'A Tom and Liz Austen Mystery.'


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