Abigail Patience Danforth
Created by Marian J. A. Jackson
Sort of a female Sherlock Holmes, turn-of-the-century ABIGAIL PATIENCE DANFORTH of Gramercy Park returns to New York from the Continent, determined to become a consulting detective.
And Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Mark Twain, both of whom try to dissuade her, can just go hang.
Report submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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