Order of Dorothy Eden Books
Dorothy Eden (1912-1982) was a New Zealand author of historical, suspense, mystery, romance and Gothic novels. Dorothy attended school and worked as a legal secretary in Canterbury Plains, New Zealand. Following a trip around the world, she fell in love with England. She moved there in 1954 and spent the rest of her life there. As a novelist, Dorothy was renowned for her ability to create fear and suspense. This earned her many devoted readers throughout her lifetime. She died of cancer in London in 1982.
Dorothy Eden made her debut as a published novelist in 1940 with the novel The Singing Shadows, which is an incredibly rare title to find. Below is a list of Dorothy Eden’s books in order of when they were first released:
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Omnibus Books
|A Gothic Treasure Trove||(1987)|
|The Voice Of The Dolls / Listen To Danger||(2012)|
|Eerie Nights in London||(2013)|
Notes: The Schoolmaster’s Daughter is also known as The Daughters of Ardmore Hall. Cat’s Prey was also published as Let Us Prey. Lamb to the Slaughter is also known as The Brooding Lake. Darling Clementine was also released as Night of the Letter. Samantha is also known as Lady of Mallow. Afternoon for Lizards was also published as Bridge of Fear. The Bird in the Chimney is also known as Darkwater. Bella was also published as Ravenscroft. The novels Face of an Angel and Shadow of a Witch were written under the pen name Mary Paradise. Omnibus books also contain books by other authors.
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Dorothy Eden Synopses: In The Deadly Travellers by Dorothy Eden, the heroine is on the case when a small Italian girl, whom she was escorting across Europe, vanishes on the Paris Express.
The Sleeping Bride by Dorothy Eden is a suspense novel in which a disappearing bride is the climax to a series of oddly disturbing events, and the girl’s sister, aided by the bridegroom, decides to start her own investigation.
In Sleep in the Woods by Dorothy Eden, Beautiful Briar Johnson had set her eyes on Peter Fanshawe, her friend Sophie’s suitor, hoping to trap him into marriage. But her plot was unexpectedly thwarted by the most eligible bachelor in town.