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My favourite detective: Martin Hewitt, the cheery yet gritty antidote to Sherlock Holmes

By Stephen Knight, Honorary Research Professor, The University of Melbourne
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In this series, writers pay tribute to fictional detectives on the page and on screen.

Arthur Morrison’s detective Martin Hewitt first appeared in The Strand magazine in March 1894. It was four months after Conan Doyle had published The…

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