Eddie Anderson

Created by Fredric Brown (1906-72)

Pint-size Chicago private eye EDDIE ANDERSON, on the trail of an escaped homicidal maniac, goes undercover in a sanitarium. On his honeymoon, no less.

A delightful short story and one of the relatively few by Brown that features an honest-to-goodness P.I. Brown did, however, write several novels featuring uncle-and-nephew gumshoes Ed and Am Hunter.


  • "Homicide Sanitarium" (May 1941, Thrilling Detective)

Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith. Thanks to Al for putting me straight on this one.

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