The Top 10 Iconic Fictitious Detective Characters

The Top 10 Iconic Fictitious Detective Characters

We all love to read detective stories, and read them, we fell in love with the detective characters. They keep our upbringing and as a part of our life, we can see them and read them in their hearing. Therefore, the brilliant fake detective take a look at 10 characters.

1. Sherlock Holmes
 

Scottish author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created by known fictitious detective in the world with far more from Sherlock Holmes. The first was published in 1887 and includes four novels and 56 short stories. Holmes, known for their careful logical reasoning is their ability to adapt to almost any disguise and use of forensic science to solve difficult cases. He has been involved in a number of TV series, stage plays and movies.

2. Professor Shonku
 

Created by Satyajit Ray, professor Shonku a fictional scientist who has been involved in a number of spy / science fiction novel. Is known for his ability to speak 69 languages, he said. By his full name is Trilokeshwar Shonku, and occupations, he is an inventor. Professor Shonku both real and wonderful places, some with historical leanings and with great signs associated with human civilization, had many adventures. Comics, radio plays have made their work. A film on the pipe line will feature Professor.

3. Feluda
 

Ray won by a fictional private investigator, Feluda, Satya, first published in the year 1970. Feluda Topshe called by his cousin Tapesh (love Feluda), who serves as the narrator of stories with most of the times. Sixth story, Sonar Kella (The Golden Fortress), the pair are joined by a popular thriller writer Jatayu (Lalmohon Ganguly). His character is said to have been inspired by Sherlock Holmes. His name is Chandra Mitra Prodosh. Many novels, TV series and films have been added, he said. Despite a strongly built man skilled in martial arts, Feluda is mostly referred to as his brilliant analytical abilities and observation skills to solve the cases of physical force or weapons used (fun Magajastra or brain Arms) on depends.

4. Hercule Poirot
 

Hercule Poirot is a fictional Belgian detective created by Agatha Christie. Poirot 33 novels, a play (black coffee), and the famous and one of the most long-lived characters Christie appearing in more than 50 short stories. He is a very traditional, based on clues and logically operates as a spy. He has also been part of popular culture and has been in various films and TV shows.

5. Byomkesh Baksi
 

Sharadindu by Bandyopadhyay, he spied the most interesting characters ever, thirty-two stories, one film, one in five television series and appeared in several radio plays. He has appeared in Makorshar course, Adwitiyo, Chholonar Chhondo, Banhi-patanga, Benishonghar, blacksmith Biskut, Bishupal Buddha from Adim Ripu, Rahasya, Rokter stains Shailo, etc.

6. Nancy Drew
 

Having first appeared in the year 1930, Nancy Drew, created by Edward Stratemeyer, Nancy Drew is one of the most recognisable fictitious detective characters around the world. Over the decades the character has evolved in response to changes in US culture and tastes. She is a fictional amateur sleuth. Her two accomplices are George Fayne and Bess Marvin, and occasionally by boyfriend Ned Nickerson. She is considered to be a mythic hero. She has been featured in five films, two television shows and a number of video games.

7. Miss Marple
 

Created by Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple first appeared in 1926 in the magazine ‘sketch’. He has so far published 12 crime novels and 20 short stories. She is an elderly spinster and a consulting detective. Miss Marple solves crimes difficult because shrewd intelligence, and during its life, it has seemingly endless examples of the negative side of human nature. He has a remarkable ability to latch onto a cozy and quiet and are in contact with the hand. Have been novel in which they appear – Vicarage, the nemesis, by the side Mirror Crack’d, killing a pocket full of rye, the other in a murder, has announced.

8. Jules Maigret
 

Created by Georges Simenon, Maigret Jules is a French fictional police detective. He has appeared in 75 novels and 28 short stories. Novel in which he has published, among others, are Pietr Le Letton, Lee Charretier DE LA Providence, M. Gallet décédé, Li Pendu de Saint Pholien, Li Pendu de Saint Pholien,.

9. Cordelia Gray
 

By P.D.James, the Cordelia Gray is a private detective in London. He was the first novel published in 1972 in a suitable job for a woman. His last appearance was in the 1982 novel of the skull beneath the skin. He met Detective Agency “Pryde” inherited on the death of its owner.

10. Gideon Fell
 

Created by John Dickson Carr, a few short stories as well as Gideon fell appeared in 23 novels from 1933 through 1967. He urged by an amateur sleuth, often police, of the frustrates even more fictional detective usual manner in refusing to disclose the cuts he has come full solution .

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