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Meanings and phrases
- a police officer who investigates crimes; investigator; tec; police detective
- an investigator engaged or employed in obtaining information not easily available to the public
- an agency that makes inquiries for its clients
- He runs a detective agency in Bangalore, Charu Bhaduri Investigation.
- Police Inspector Andrew Houghton of a Boston-based detective agency investigated the case.
- In the town of Vishrampur, two friends Gattu and Battu run a security and detective agency.
- novel in which the reader is challenged to solve a puzzle before the detective explains it at the end; mystery novel
- "When Eight Bells Toll" combines the genres of spy novel and detective novel.
- In 1940 Hugh Walpole called it "The best detective novel of the last thirty years".
- Gamespot recommended players purchase a paperback detective novel instead of this title.
- a narrative about someone who investigates crimes and obtains evidence leading to their resolution
- It is considered to be the first Portuguese detective story.
- It is a kind of detective story and some reviews present it as mystery fiction.
- Scripting of the Hindi adaptation of this cult detective story is currently in progress.
- a police investigation to determine the perpetrator; detection; detecting; sleuthing
- Afterwards, Holmes retires from detective work.
- Knight continued to build his case on the evidence gathered by detective work.
- In it the now 47-year-old Halley is father to a six-year-old daughter, Saskia, and has given up detective work.
- a private detective employed by a hotel or retail store; house detective; house dick
- a private detective employed by a hotel or retail store; hotel detective; house dick
- a police officer who investigates crimes; detective; investigator; tec
- She lives in Chicago, working as a police detective.
- A ranting, disturbed police detective, Lt.
- His father is a police detective in Suffolk County, New York.
- someone who can be employed as a detective to collect information; PI; private eye; private investigator; operative; shamus; sherlock
- Through him, she hires a private detective to investigate.
- Sonia and Clive hire a private detective called Chuck Purvis.
- Ted's private detective Davey Blalock has a stunning revelation.
- a private detective employed by a merchant to stop pilferage
- Her specialty was detective fiction.
- John Straley John Straley is a poet and author of detective fiction.
- Émile Gaboriau was a pioneer of the detective fiction genre in France.
- The film was the 10th of 16 in Falcon detective series.
- The format of the series differs from a typical detective series.
- In 1993 he also became a regular in the detective series "Cracker".
- He authored 32 detective novels over the course of 18 years.
- Her works of fiction include historical novels and contemporary detective novels.
- The hard-boiled detective novels of the 1920s featured bitter veteran protagonists.
- Many detective stories have police officers as the main characters.
- Roy's created Robert Blake (Detective) series was based on Sexton Blake detective stories.
- Piyadasa Sirisena also was the first novelist in the country to produce detective stories.
- So far, three of Persson's novels feature homicide detective Evert Bäckström.
- His new partner is Italian homicide detective, Chief Inspector Lorenzo Fabbri.
- A few years have passed, and Max has returned to work for the NYPD as a homicide detective.
- Mason and features his fictional detective Inspector Hanaud.
- The latter introduced the fictional detective C. Auguste Dupin.
- (See the page List of fictional detective for younger readers for a fuller listing.)