1. Sherlock Holmes
2. Bishop Blackie Ryan
3. Nuala Ann McGrail
4. Chuck and Rosemarie O’Malley
5. Sean Dillon
6. Fr. Tim and Cynthia Kavanaugh
7. Miss Jane Marple
8. Hercule Poirot
9. Betsy (Ray), Tacy (Kelly), and Tib (Mueller)
10. Meg and Charles Wallace Murray
11. Vicky Austin
12. Canon Tallis
13. Polly O’Keefe
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Sparky Duck says
eeeps, I only know half of these, I do need to read a bit more.
Jenny, you are mistress of the blogosphere! how the hell does this Thursday 13 work? Elliott
Meeting Sherlock Holmes could be a pretty interesting experience. 🙂
I love the Betsy and Tacy books! I read them all with my daughter when she was 9 and 10. Great list!
I’ve heard of Sherlock Holmes, Miss Marple, and Hercule Poirot.
But none of the others; I’m so ashamed.
I need to get out more.
I must have been channeling you today when I created my TT!
Great minds think alike.
Karen W says
Great idea for a list. I don’t know over half of those. Yikes!
This is so embarrassing! I only know three and that includes sherlock holmes!
Liara Covert says
I like your choices.
I would also add Nick Bantock’s “Griffen & Sabine,”
Georges Simenon’s Brother Cadfael & Inspector Maigret,
Patricia Cornwell’s pathologist-detective Dr. Kay Scarpetta ,
Paulo Coelho’s Santiago (from the Alchemist),
Charles Dicken’s “reformed” Scrooge