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Series Characters by Last Name
   

Ed Eagle: lawyer in Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Stuart Woods

John Easy: private investigator in Hollywood, California, by Ron Goulart

Mark East: private investigator from New York City, and spinsters Beulah Pond and Bessy Petty, in New England, by Hilda Lawrence

Bill Easterand and Peggy Tey, agents for hire, based in England, by John Blackburn

Jonah Eastman: pollster and spin doctor for hire, with family gangster connections, mostly revolving around New Jersey, by Eric Dezenhall

Jake Eaton: private investigator, and Watson, his super-dog, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by Larry Maness

Tracy Eaton: mystery writer and sleuth in New York City, by Kris Neri

Peter Eberle: a newspaper reporter, and Libby Seale, a seamstress from New York, in 1894 Portland, Oregon, by M.J. Zellnik

Bob Eddison: a Cherokee Indian, Dave Cannon’s partner, in rural Gloucestershire, England, by Michael Delving

Catherine Edison: biologist in fictional Kingsport, Ontario, Canada, by Margaret Haffner

Winston Edwards: former cop, and Julian Palmer, a police lieutenant, in Troy, New York, by Jonathan Stone

Scott Egerton: politician, by Anthony Gilbert

Harry Egypt: thief and soldier of fortune with a sinister master plan, by Daniel Broun

Tam Eildor: mystery-solving historical time-traveller, by Alanna Knight

Einar: investigative reporter for The Afternoon News, based in Reykjavík, Iceland, by Árni Thórarinsson

Dr. John Eisenmenger: former forensic pathologist in charge of St. Benjamin’s Museum of Anatomy and Pathology, and Helena Flemming, a solicitor, in England, by Keith McCarthy

Frank Elder: ex-cop from Nottingham, now retired and relocated to Cornwall, England, by John Harvey

Louise Eldridge: organic gardener and TV host in Northern Virginia, in the Gardening mysteries by Ann Ripley

Elizabeth I: in 1500s England, by Karen Harper

Felix Elizalde: detective lieutenant in the Weston District Bureau, in the Philippines, by William Marshall

Bell Elkins: prosecuting attorney for Raythune County, West Virginia, by Julia Keller

Chloe Ellefson: the new collections curator of an 1870s pioneer living history museum, in rural 1980s Wisconsin, by Kathleen Ernst

Elizabeth Elliot: 60-something widowed Quaker meeting clerk in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by Irene Allen

Eve Elliott: real estate agent in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, by Lee, Barbara

Lance Elliot: doctor in 1975 Thornton Heath, England, by Lance Elliot (Keith McCarthy)

Maggie Elliott: ex-filmmaker and private investigator, based in San Francisco, California, by Elizabeth Atwood Taylor

Scott Elliott: 1940s failed actor turned PI in Hollywood, California, by Terence Faherty

Trade Ellis: rancher and part-time private eye, in Arizona, by Sinclair Browning

Vlodek “Dek” Elstrom: private investigator with a failed marriage and battered reputation, in Chicago, Illinois, by Jack Fredrickson

Blair Emerson: funeral director in Austin, Texas, by Linda Amey

Carolyn Emerson: middle-aged proprietor of a do-your-own-pottery shop, Fire at Will, in fictional Maple Ridge, Vermont, in the Clay and Crime mysteries by Melissa Glazer (Tim Myers)

Blackjack Endicott: in 1940s Washington, DC, by Elliot Roosevelt

Ellie Engleman: professional dog walker who communicates psychically with dogs, her adopted Yorkie Rudy, and her sometime boyfriend police detective Sam Ryder, in Manhattan, New York City, in the Dog Walker mysteries by Judi McCoy

English: known as Englishman, a divorced, single-father sheriff of Benteen County, and Mad Dog, his part Cheyenne half-brother, in Buffalo Springs, Kansas, by J.M. Hayes

Adrien English: mystery writer and bookseller, in Los Angeles, California, by Josh Lanyon

Jo Epstein: private investigator and performance poet, based in Brooklyn, New York City, by Joyce Yarrow

Rosa Epton: solicitor in London, England, by Michael Underwood

Matt Erridge: construction engineer, by Aaron Mark Stein

Inspector Espinosa: in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza

Elena Estes: ex-cop turned horse trainer, in Palm Beach, Florida, by Tami Hoag

Ariadne “Ari” Evans: 29-year-old owner of Ariadne’s Web, a knitting shop in Freeport, Massachusetts, in the Knitting Mysteries, by Mary Kruger

Evan Evans: village constable in Llanfair, Wales, by Rhys Bowen

Forrest Evers: champion international race car driver, tangled up in shenanigans around the world, by Bob Judd

Jane Eyre, and her husband Edward Rochester, as amateur sleuths in 1850s England, in the Jane Eyre Chronicles by Joanna Campbell Slan