E.A. Allen is a History Professor, cattle farmer, and retired CIA intelligence officer. When he’s not out chasing staying cows that have no respect for fences, or tracking-down undergraduates who have no respect for assignment deadlines, he’s at his desk, writing mysteries in the great tradition of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, and Dorothy L. Sayers.
E. A. Allen’s Montclaire Mysteries follow the exploits of Gérard de Montclaire, the greatest sleuth of his time. The Montclaire Mysteries feature intrigue, revenge, jealousy, espionage, political corruption, and international conspiracy – just the ingredients that make for a deliciously evil soup. E. A. Allen’s new series of mystery stories for Middle-Grade readers relate the adventures of Percy St.-John, a fifteen-year-old safe-cracking genius whose life is a constant struggle against spies, demons, and master criminals.