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Gould, Harry. Harry Gould was created by “Edward Halliwells,” the pseudonym of the Dutch author Frans Hendrichs, and appeared in five novels from 1920 to 1923, beginning with De Misdaad van Robert Weston.
Harry Gould is a Great Detective modeled on Sherlock Holmes. Gould is a hotel owner and amateur detective whose crime-solving methods and maxims are quite similar to Holmes’. Gould is Catholic, eccentric, and filled with self-confidence. Gould is Watsoned by the newspaper reporter Edward Halliwells.
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