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Hamilton, Anthony. Anthony Hamilton was created by “Frederick Frost,” the pseudonym of Frederick Faust (Dan Barry, Blackie & Red, Border Bandit, Angus Campbell, Dave Clovelly, Jim Curry, Ronicky Doone, Firebrand (I), James Geraldi, Bull Hunter, Kid Montana, Doctor Kildare, King Charlie, Reata, Red Hawk, Silvertip (II), Thunder Moon), and appeared in thirteen stories and serials in Detective Fiction Weekly and three novels from 1935 to 1940, beginning with “The Case of the Strange Villa” (Detective Fiction Weekly, Jan. 5, 1935).
Anthony Hamilton is a Secret Service operative who works around the world. Although he is an American agent he fights against evil and tyranny wherever he finds it, in Moscow, the Far East, Monte Carlo, the Balkans, or in Central America. His arch-enemy is de Graulchier, the notorious Franco-Japanese spy who is forever causing trouble, whether attempting to start a quick war with the U.S. or manipulating Central European governments. Hamilton is a womanizer, but he falls in love twice, the first time with Mary Michelson, an English secret agent, and then with Louise Curran, an American Secret Service operative like Hamilton. Hamilton and Curran eventually marry.
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