Duck Darley

Created by Casey Barrett Unlicensed New York P.I. DUCK DARLEY has been around, and has the physical and emotional scars to prove it. A former felon and alcoholic who's currently walking the more-or-less straight-and-narrow, he self-medicates by vaping pot, attending AA meetings and getting beat up at his local dojo. Oh, he's also the estranged … Continue reading Duck Darley

Pulp Fiction Chez Vous: An Introduction to David Montrose’s The Body on Mont-Royal

By Kevin Burton Smith Here we are. David Montrose's The Body on Mont-Royal. The third and final of his books to feature private eye Russell Teed. First published in 1953, by Harlequin. Yes, Harlequin. And now it's finally back in print. Pulp fiction chez nous. As vivid as Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles, as Montreal as … Continue reading Pulp Fiction Chez Vous: An Introduction to David Montrose’s The Body on Mont-Royal

Maxwell Dent

Created by Kenneth Orvis Pseudonym of Kenneth Lemieux "God help us, Dent – the thing is, my daughter has become a dope fiend." Montreal private eye MAXWELL DENT studied law at McGill and served in the RCAF and Intelligence M-5 during the Korean War, where he took down a drug ring. He’s got a reputation for … Continue reading Maxwell Dent

Russell Teed

Created by David Montrose Pseudonym of Charles Ross Graham) (1920-68)   A Montreal eye! RUSSELL TEED, "Montreal's version of the tough private eye" appeared in three n ovels set in my hometown back in the early fifties. And Bob and Doug would be proud of this particular hoser. Dow? Molson? Labatt? The pages of these … Continue reading Russell Teed

Gusse Oualzerre

Created by Daniel Da A delusional P.I. possibly from Montreal? Tabarnacle! Reinventing himself as a private eye, writer and Crohn's Disease sufferer GUSSE OUALZERRE is hired -- or allows himself to be hired) by a bizarre character who calls himself the General, to rescue his kidnapped daughter Mathilda. The case soon takes a weird, surreal turn, … Continue reading Gusse Oualzerre