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Pitt, Paul C. Paul C. Pitt was created by “J. Lane Linklater,” the pseudonym of Alexander William Watkins (Hard-Boiled Karney, Hugo Oakes), and appeared in sixteen stories in Detective Fiction Weekly from 1936 to 1943, beginning with “The Face of Excitement” (Detective Fiction Weekly, May 30, 1936).

Paul C. Pitt is a Con Man. Pitt is an amateur detective who with his partner drives around the U.S. looking for opportunities to make money at the expense of those who had become wealthy through unethical or criminal means.

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