Created by D.H. Reddall
CHARLES STUBBLEFIELD is a Cape Cod P.I with a reputation for being tough and tenacious, who appeared in a string of slightly-more-hardboiled-than-usual short stories in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and more recently right in these pages.
A history buff, Charles grew up on the Cape, and he knows his way around, be it a sailboat or a waterfront dive. After stints in Vietnam and as a carpenter, he's more or less settled down. He drives a rusty Toyota and has a couple of guns, but he rarely carries either. There's a touch of world-weariness, almost Chandleresque at times, that adds something special to these tales. Watch out for them.
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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