When Charles Dickens died in 1870, he left unfinished a crime novel about Edwin Drood, and it has perplexed–and irritated–readers and scholars for more than a century. Richard F. Stewart, Scots-born university administrator in Manchester, England, has collected and considered all the “ins and outs” of the plot, etc.
His study End Game is “A Survey of Selected Writings about The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens.” Here are the main solutions to the mystery.
Illustrated by Jean-Pierre Cagnat.
Clothbound, four-colour illustrated jacket.
Hard Cover, Index, 386p.
ISBN 1-55246-160-2 @ $45.00
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