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Duane, Stephen. Stephen Duane was written by “John L. Benton,” the pseudonym of Norman A. Daniels (The Black Bat (II), Scott Cameron, Candid Camera Kid, Dan Clark, Crimson Mask, John Doe (II), Dynamite Dolan, The Eagle (III), Masked Detective, Guy Peyton, Renouf, Skipper, Val Stewart), and appeared in Duane of the F.B.I. (1937) and The Art Treasure Murders (1939).

Stephen Duane is a “tall, athletic, raw-boned young man with steely gray eyes” who is a Special Agent for the F.B.I. working out of the Bureau’s Washington office. He handles cases involving jewel thieves and “the Surgeon,” a murderous French art thief.

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