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Dorothy Eden

(Dorothy Enid Eden)
New Zealand (1912 - 1982)

aka Mary Paradise

Dorothy Enid Eden (1912 - 1982) was a novelist and short story writer. She was born April 3, 1912 in Canterbury Plains, New Zealand, where she attended school and worked as a legal secretary before moving to England in 1954. She died of cancer in London on March 4, 1982.

Eden was best known for her writings in the historical, suspense, and Gothic genres. In addition to writing novels, she also contributed to magazines, including Redbook and Good Housekeeping.
The Laughing GhostThe Schoolmaster's DaughterCrow HollowThe Voice of the Dolls
Cat's PreyLamb to the SlaughterBride by CandlelightDarling Clementine
Death Is a Red RoseThe Pretty OnesListen to DangerThe Deadly Travellers
The Sleeping BrideAn Afternoon WalkSamanthaSleep in the Woods
Afternoon for LizardsWhistle for the CrowsThe Bird in the ChimneyBella
The Marriage ChestNever Call it LovingSiege in the SunWinterwood
The Shadow WifeThe Vines of YarrabeeMelbury SquareWaiting for Willa
Speak to Me of LoveThe Millionaire's DaughterThe Time of the DragonThe Salamanca Drum
The Storrington PapersThe American HeiressAn Important Family
A Gothic Treasure TroveThe Voice Of The Dolls / Listen To DangerEerie Nights in London: Death Is a Red Rose / Listen to Danger / Night of the LetterSinister Weddings: Bride by Candlelight / Cat's Prey /  Bridge of Fear
Yellow is for Fear: And Other StoriesThe House on Hay Hill: And Other Romantic Fiction

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