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Andy Breckman wrote the TV series 'Monk' which started in 2002.
She wrote eighteen Campion novels.
Fictional, but modelled on a real-life detective in Honolulu named Chang Apana.
Fictional character and is described as a corpulent man with a moustache who wears a cape and a shovel hat and walks with the aid of two canes.
Between 1907-1942 Thorndyke appeared in around 60 novels and short stories
Author based character on Father John O'Connor (1870-1952), a parish priest who was involved in Chestertons conversion to Catholicism in 1922.
Is a veteran police homicide detective with the Los Angeles Police Department.
Christie's Poirot is the only fictional character honored with a front page obituary in the New York Times.
Has been the protagonist of 14 mystery novels
Characterised as sloppy, untidy, hopeless with paperwork but unmatched at solving mysteries.
The Redbreast, Nemisis, The Redeemer, The Devils Star, The Snowman, The Leopard, Phantom, The Bat.
Farcical series of Pink Panther films, originally portrayed by Peter Sellers
Sophisticated Swedish crime stories played on British TV by Kenneth Branagh
He is the most famous detective ever to walk there corridors of Scotland Yard, yet he existed only in the fertile imagination of a writer.
The Complaints, The Impossible Dead
Ian Kennedy Martin wrote 'The Sweeney'.
Detective Inspector from the series "Shetland"
Creek combined his skills as a magician with his detection and observation skills to solve crimes
Archie Goodwin was his wise-cracking, sexy, and suave assistant.
The subject of eight Chandler novels, including "Poodle Springs," published posthumously.
The professor is known as "The Thinking Machine", for his application of logic to any and all situations. Futrelle died in the sinking of the Titanic.
Hammett also wrote the Thin Man series (screenplays too) for Nick and Nora Charles
Cold Granite, Dying Light, Broken Skin, Flesh House, Blind Eye, Dark Blood, Shatter The Bones, Close to the Bone.
Doyle's Holmes never once uttered the phrase, "Elementary, my dear Watson." This phrase was used in the first "talkie" to feature the famous consulting detective.
Detective Chief Inspector from the TV series "Vera"
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