Jack Lynch

Created by Steven Womack "I'm not a detective, I'm a sewage control officer." - Jack explains his profession. JACK LYNCH is a New Orleans public relations expert/troubleshooter/fixer who goes to great lengths to point out he's not a private eye. Still, when it looks like a fish, and it smells like a fish... Poor Jack. … Continue reading Jack Lynch

Ethan Reckless

Created by Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips "I'm not a private eye. I'm just... someone who helps people sometimes." It's Los Angeles in the 1980s, and former sixties radical/undercover FBI agent turned surfer dude/troubleshooter (or is that troublemaker?)  ETHAN RECKLESS is on the prowl, going down mean streets Chandler could never have imagined; streets teeming with … Continue reading Ethan Reckless

Hannibal Jones

Created by Austin S. Camacho "I'm not really a detective, although I do have a private investigator's license. And I'm not a bodyguard, although I have been known to protect people from danger. And I'm not a strong-arm man, but I do sometimes have to fight on the job. I'm a troubleshooter. I help people … Continue reading Hannibal Jones

John J. MacShayne

Created by Michael Gleason Kenny Rogers as a P.I.? Some folks should really know when to fold 'em. In 1994, NBC unleashed the popular country singer as Las Vegas casino head of security guy JOHN J. MacSHAYNE, as part of the mixed bag of rejuvenated characters from the past and a few new ones to … Continue reading John J. MacShayne

Jefferson Keyes (Cool Million)

Created by Larry Cohen “I’m not a detective. I simply look for solutions to rather large problems.” JEFFERSON KEYES (played by James Farentino) was an enterprising former CIA agent who set himself up in business as a private eye (although he prefers "troubleshooter"), willing to take any case or solve any problem--for a flat fee … Continue reading Jefferson Keyes (Cool Million)

Wyatt Storme

Created by W.L. Ripley And a-hunting we will go... Bow-hunter and Vietnam vet WYATT STORME is a former Dallas Cowboy wide receiver who walked away from football at his peak, fed up with the politics of the NFL, to become a "freelance troubleshooter." Then again, Wyatt's a bit of a recluse, anyway--he prefers hunting out in … Continue reading Wyatt Storme

Lafayette Muldoon

Created by William Brengle Pseudonym of Howard Browne (1907-1999) LAFAYETTE MULDOON is the troubleshooter for a real estate company who appeared in several short stories by William Brengle (actually Howard Browne of Paul Pine fame). He's a smartass and a ladies man, but I still wouldn't call him hard-boiled. He's kind of a younger, single … Continue reading Lafayette Muldoon

Fiddler

Created by A.E. Maxwell (Ann and Evan Maxwell) Another one-named P.I. who managed quite a following for a while is FIDDLER, whose stomping ground is the sunny climes of southern California. It's there that he's set himself up as a somewhat low-key, yet quite lethal troubleshooter and sometime-investigator. He's a big lug, 6'2", with a … Continue reading Fiddler

Joe “The Bouncer” Brody

Created by David Gordon An eye is an eye is an eye. Except when he isn't. JOE "THE BOUNCER" BRODY is not a private eye--he's, well, a bouncer. But that doesn't stop him from getting into all the same sorts of ituations that a private--particularly a trouble-bound shit magnet private eye--does. Joe used to be … Continue reading Joe “The Bouncer” Brody

Myron Bolitar

Created by Harlan Coben One of the most entertaining series to pop out of the nineties features mild-mannered amateur sleuth (and former FBI investigator) sports agent MYRON BOLITAR, a man who by all rights shouldn't even be listed on these pages. What can I say? Nope, he's not a private eye in any traditional sense, … Continue reading Myron Bolitar