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Stone, Fleming. Fleming Stone was created by Carolyn Wells (Bert Bayliss, Kenneth Carlisle, Alan Ford, Lorimer Lane, Pennington Wise) and appeared in eleven stories and serials and sixty novels from 1906 to 1942, beginning with “The Maxwell Mystery” (The All-Story Magazine, May 1906).
Fleming Stone is a Great Detective. Stone is a consulting detective operating out of New York City. He is "fine-looking...without being in any way remarkably handsome." He is forty-something, with "iron-gray hair...his eyes were his chief charm and their attraction lay largely in their expression, and in their surrounding dark lashes and brows." He has a "kindly smile, and his face in repose seemed to denote an even temper and a gracious disposition. He was possessed of great personal magnetism." He is described as being a "brilliant conversationalist."
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