Harry Przewalski

Created by Leonard Krishtalka Now here's a switch. HARRY PRZEWALSKI¬†wasn't a cop before he became a Pittsburgh private eye. He wasn't a soldier or a lawyer or an insurance investigator, or any of the other popular former occupations that have crowded the genre to overflowing. Nope. Harry was a paleontologist. Can you dig it? And … Continue reading Harry Przewalski

Professor Stanley Hopkins

Created by Paul J. Heald There's something about PROFESSOR STANLEY HOPKINS that harkens back to the glory days of the detective pulps of the thirties and forties, and all the gimmicky accidental sleuths that swarmed their pages. That's right--the so-called "Sociologist of Sleaze" is not a private eye. He's not even much of a sociology … Continue reading Professor Stanley Hopkins

Ernest DeWalt

Created by Randall Silvis (1950--) "Of all the ways to be wounded. I suppose it was funny." -- The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway Funny? The sun also rises on the P.I. novel, it seems. In An Occasional Hell, a very Hemingwayesque, very literate, very well-received (and Hammett Award-nominated) 1993 novel by Randall Silvis, … Continue reading Ernest DeWalt