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1910s
Robert Olen Butler
  • Christopher Marlowe Cobb: American newspaper war correspondent, who doubles as a spy, in WWI

Clive Cussler
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Isaac Bell: no-nonsense private investigator with the Van Dorn Detective Agency, in early 20th century America


Graham Ison
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Ernest Hardcastle: divisional detective inspector, head of CID for the Whitehall Division of the Metropolitan Police, during World War I, in London, England


D.E. Johnson
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Will Anderson, working in his father’s electric car company in 1910 Detroit, Michigan


Laurie R. King
  • Mary Russell: student and then wife of Sherlock Holmes

Marek Krajewski
  • Eberhard Mock: police detective, and university classics dropout, starting in 1919 Breslau (now Wroclaw, in Poland)

Allan Levine
  • Sam Klein: street-wise Jewish immigrant and private investigator, in 1911-1919 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Gillian Linscott
  • Nell Bray: suffragette in England

Edward Marston
  • Inspector Harvey Marmion and Sergeant Joe Keedy: metropolitan police in 1915 London, England

R.N. Morris
  • Silas “Quick-fire” Quinn: Detective Inspector in charge of the Special Crimes Unit of Scotland Yard, beginning in 1914, by R.N. Morris

Anne Perry
  • Matthew Reavley: British intelligence officer, and the Reavley family, in London, England, in the World War I series

Jonathan Rabb
  • Nikolai Hoffner: police detective starting in 1919, continuing into the Weimar period in Berlin, Germany

Sarah Smith
  • Alexander von Reisden: young Austrian biochemist, and Perdita Halley, a concert pianist, first in pre-WWI Boston, Massachusetts, and then Paris, France

Troy Soos
  • Mickey Rawlings: 1910s journeyman second baseman in the USA

Charles Todd
  • Bess Crawford: British army nurse in WWI
  • Ian Rutledge: shell-shocked World War I veteran returning to his job at Scotland Yard, in London, England