|Author:||Peter Van Greenaway|
|Title:||Edgar Allan Who|
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|Category:||Short Stories and Anthologies|
|Publisher:||David & Charles (December 1981)|
Peter Van Greenaway (1929 – 1988) was a British novelist, the author of numerous thrillers with elements of horror and satire. He was born and educated in London, worked briefly in commercial art and acted in theatre. His first novel, The Crucified City, is the story of the aftermath of a nuclear attack on London. A motley group of people, accompanied by a mysterious, apparently mute man, undertake a last pilgrimage to Aldermaston
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Edgar Allan Who? (1981) A collection of stories by Peter van Greenaway. August 1981 : UK Hardback. Science Fiction Fantasy Horror Urban Fantasy Paranormal Romance Young Adult Fantasy.
Edgar Allan Who? Hardcover – 6 Aug 1981. by. Peter Van Greenaway (Author).
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This Peter Van Greenaway bibliography or checklist list the crime or mystery books written by the author. Issue Points - Notes. The Man Who Held the Queen to Ransom and Sent Parliament Packing.
Van Greenaway, Peter. Almost certainly the working name of UK lawyer, actor, scriptwriter and author Arthur Greenaway (1927-1988), who focused on fiction from about 1960; though he never became known as a genre writer, much of his work was sf (see Horror in SF), including his first novel, The Crucified City (1962), a Post-Holocaust story set in a devastated London after a nuclear bomb. has been dropped, and his second, The Evening Fool (1964), which carries its protagonist into an unviable Utopia. The SFE gallery of book covers now has more than 10,000 images: this one seemed appropriate for the 10,000th.
Francis Cherry, a Scotland Yard inspector, in London, England: The Medusa Touch (1973). The Destiny Man (1977). Cassandra Bell (1981). The Lazarus Lie (1982). The Killing Cup (1987). Edgar Allan Who? (1981). The Immortal Coil (1985).
Peter Van Greenaway (born 1929 in London, died 1988) was a British novelist, the author of numerous thrillers with elements of horror and satire. His first novel, "The Crucified City", is the story of the aftermath of a nuclear attack on London. A motley group of people, accompanied by a mysterious, apparently mute man, undertake a last pilgrimage to Aldermaston. The action of the book takes place at Easter, and it appears that the mute, the last survivor, is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Several of Van Greenaway's books are topical political thrillers .