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Zambra, Sebastian. Sebastian Zambra was created by “Headon Hill,” the pseudonym of Francis Grainger (Radford Shone) and appeared in twenty-six stories and four novels and short story collections from 1893 to 1924, beginning with Clues From A Detective’s Camera.
Sebastian Zambra is a Great Detective. He is a consulting detective with offices in Charing Cross, and works across southern England on cases. He has no Watson. In his final appearance he is described as an elderly detective who was a contemporary of Sherlock Holmes and even "gave the great Sherlock some jolts in his day."
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