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Strang, Mr. Mr. Strang was created by Carroll John Daly (Vee Brown, Marty Day, Satan Hall, Clay Holt, Terry Mack, Race Williams) and appeared in at four stories and serials in Detective Fiction Weekly from 1935 to 1937, beginning with “Parole” (Detective Fiction Weekly, Apr. 6, 1935); some of the stories were collected in Mr. Strang (1936).

Mr. Strang is a crime-fighting amateur detective. He is grim, cold, and logical. “In his skull is embedded a bullet. Through the underworld glide his lieutenants, men and girls willing to be tortured to death to aid him. He cares nothing for power, nothing for safety.”

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