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"American Detective" is a book by Loren D. Estleman.
- also known as "American Detective (The Amos Walker Series #20)"
- genres: Fiction, Mystery, Suspense
- subjects: Michigan, Fathers and Daughters, Mystery, Suspense
American Detective was a police documentary television series broadcast by ABC in the United States from 1991 to 1993.
- begun on and completed in (23 years ago)
- country: United States of America
- created by Paul Stojanovich
- regular cast: John Bunnell
- genre: Reality television
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From Creation to Consumption by Judith A. Overmier, Rhonda Harris Taylor
While the Native American detective is a recent phenomenonin popularity, portrayals of Native Americans that have been present in the earliest examples of American literature and in wellknown American mystery stories have usually been ...
by Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
Kinohi Nishikawa AFRICAN AMERICAN DETECTIVE FICTION Since the beginning of the twentieth century African American writers have used and expanded the conventions of the detective fiction genre in order to expose racial ...
by EPUB 2-3
Twentiethcentury American detective fiction is defined by two movements:the continuingpopularity oftheliterary mystery story, which was originated byEdgar Allan Poe in the nineteenth century and developed by such writers as Sir Arthur ...
by Aaron Brenner, Benjamin Day, Immanuel Ness
Other strikebreaking firms included the Illinois Detective Agency, the Standard Detective Agency, Alexander's Detective Agency, the American Detective Service , and the Veteran's Police Patrol and Detective Agency. The principal of this last ...
by Jessie Carney Smith
and a wise-cracking, hip-hop dancing African American detective, James Carter (Chris Tucker). See also: ...
by Geoff Hamilton, Brian Jones
Described as "Die Hard with fairies," Artemis Fowl is a fantasy series that draws upon a wide rangeof influences, including Irish fairy lore, American detective novels, spy novels, film noir,and big budget action movies. The series' protagonist ...
An Encyclopedia by Delores D. Jones-Brown, Beverly D. Frazier, Marvie Brooks
Marc Cooper, an African American detective, fired four times. Michael Carey ...
by Robert E. Weir
The agency was founded by Scottish immigrant Allan Pinkerton in 1850 and is often considered the first modern American detective agency. Its earliest days were devoted to investigating counterfeit rings, train robberies, and outlaw gangs.
by Jack R. Greene
The American police organization, and consequently the American detective, were greatly influenced by English policing. In fact, the origin of the American detective can be traced back to the early English police organizations. The ''Bow Street ...
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