Books by A.E. Eddenden

MURDER AT THE MOVIES by A.E. Eddenden
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 30, 1996

"For everybody else: a moderately ingenious trifle that could better have been a short story back in the days it was set."
The year 1939 is a banner one for movies—Flying Deuces, Only Angels Have Wings, The Wizard of Oz, Gunga Din, Beau Geste, Tower of London, Gone with the Wind—but in Fort York, Ontario, where a puckish fan is restaging selected scenes from the offerings of the West End Theatre (a horse wearing a bowler hat, a condor set free from the local aviary, a house bulldozed with its elderly owner inside), Inspector Albert Tretheway (Murder on the Thirteenth, 1992, etc.) can't help seeing a sinister pattern. Read full book review >
MURDER ON THE THIRTEENTH by A.E. Eddenden
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 30, 1992

"The climactic unmasking itself, though, adds surprisingly little to our understanding of the killer."
More calendar-linked skullduggery for Inspector Albert Tretheway of Fort York, Canada (A Good Year for Murder, 1987—not reviewed), as 1943 is ushered in by a mysterious wax-burning—the work of a witch?- -during a blackout on January 13. Read full book review >