| Sunday's Child, Buried on Sunday|
Universite de Montreal, Boston University, Harvard University
Arthur Ellis Awards for Best Novel
A Month of Sundays, The Mice Will Play, Voyage on Sunday, Queen's Court, No Early Birds
Edward O. Phillips Wikipedia
Edward O. Phillips (born November 26, 1931) is a Canadian novelist, who has written both mystery novels and mainstream literary fiction. He is best known for his mystery novel series featuring gay detective Geoffrey Chadwick.
Phillips has lived most of his life in Westmount, Quebec. He earned a law degree from the Université de Montréal in 1956, but decided against legal practice. He subsequently graduated from Harvard University with a Master's Degree in Teaching, and later earned a second Master's Degree in English Literature from Boston University. After teaching school for seven years, he pursued a long-time interest in painting. His work was exhibited in five one-man and numerous group shows.
His first novel, Sunday's Child, was published in 1981. Phillips won the Arthur Ellis Award in 1987 for his novel Buried on Sunday. His short story "Matthew and Chauncy" was adapted by Anne Claire Poirier into the 1990 film Salut Victor.
He is out as gay.Sunday's Child
Where There's a Will
A Voyage on Sunday
No Early Birds
The Mice Will Play
Buried on Sunday
Working on Sunday
Hope Springs Eternal
The Landlady's Niece
A Month of Sundays
The Queen’s Court"