Fictional detectives

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Detective fiction

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Fictional detectives are characters in detective fiction. These guys have long been a staple of detective mystery crime fiction, particularly in detective novels and short stories.
On the other hand, two other Arabian Nights stories, "The Merchant and the Thief" and "Ali Khwaja", contain two of the earliest fictional detectives, who uncover clues and present evidence to catch or convict a criminal known to the audience, with the story unfolding in normal chronology and the criminal already known to the audience.

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These guys have long been a staple of detective mystery crime fiction, particularly in detective novels and short stories.
Two other Arabian Nights stories, "The Merchant and the Thief" and "Ali Khwaja", contain two of the earliest fictional detectives, who uncover clues and present evidence to catch or convict a criminal, with the story unfolding in normal chronology and the criminal already being known to the audience.

Jayanta-Manik

Jayanta & Manik
Jayanta and Manik are the fictional detective characters created by Bengali novelist Hemendra Kumar Roy.

Niladri Sarkar

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Niladri Sarkar or Colonel Niladri Sarkar is a fictional detective character created by Bengali novelist Syed Mustafa Siraj.

P. K. Basu

P. K. Basu is a fictional detective character created by Bengali writer Narayan Sanyal.

Feluda

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Feluda, or Prodosh Chandra Mitra, who also uses the Anglicised name Pradosh C. Mitter, is a fictional Bengali private investigator starring in a series of Bengali novels of Indian fictional detective novels and short stories written by Indian Bengali film director and writer Satyajit Ray.

Parashor Barma

Parashor Barma is a fictional detective character made by Bengali writer Premendra Mitra.

Gogol (Samaresh Basu)

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This fictional detective character is still very popular for children.

Kiriti Roy

Kiriti Roy is an iconic professional and fictional detective of Bengali literature created by noted dermatologist, Dr. Nihar Ranjan Gupta.

Bhaduri Moshai

Bhaduri) is a fictional detective character of Bengali poet and novelist Nirendranath Chakraborty.

Dipak Chatterjee

Dipak Chatterjee is a fictional detective character created by Bengali writer Samarendranath Pandey in his pen name Swapan Kumar.

Shabor Dasgupta

Shabor Dasgupta is a Bengali fictional detective character created by novelist Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay.

List of male detective characters

This is a list of fictional male detective characters from novels, short stories, radio, television, and films.

List of female detective characters

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This is a list of fictional female investigators from novels, short stories, radio, television, films and video games.

Character (arts)

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Fictional detectives are characters in detective fiction.

Mystery fiction

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These guys have long been a staple of detective mystery crime fiction, particularly in detective novels and short stories.

Golden Age of Detective Fiction

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Much of early detective fiction was written during the "Golden Age of Detective Fiction" (1920s-1930s).

Amateur

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These detectives include amateurs, private investigators and professional policemen.

Private investigator

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These detectives include amateurs, private investigators and professional policemen.

Police

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These detectives include amateurs, private investigators and professional policemen.

Edgar Allan Poe

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The first famous detective in fiction was Edgar Allan Poe's C. Auguste Dupin.

C. Auguste Dupin

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The first famous detective in fiction was Edgar Allan Poe's C. Auguste Dupin.

Arthur Conan Doyle

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Later, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes became the most famous example and remains so to this day.

Sherlock Holmes

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Later, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes became the most famous example and remains so to this day.