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Dodd, William. William Dodd was created by Norbert Davis (John Collins, Doan, Dr. Flame, Mark Hull, The Judge, Max Latin, Simeon Saxon, Ben Shaley) and appeared in eight stories in Dime Detective Magazine from 1940 to 1943, beginning with “Murder Down Deep” (Dime Detective, Feb. 1940). William Dodd is a bail bondsman. He usually deals with the scum of society, although very occasionally he makes it up to the penthouses. He is aggressive in his cases, because if he is not, he will not get paid. He is a “big man, tall and loose-jointed, with deceptively wide shoulders.”

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