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This is a partial list of fictional private investigators — also known as private eyes or PIs — who have appeared in various works of literature, film, television, and games.

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  • ^ [1]
  • ^ Dead Beat
  • ^ P. I. Joe Caneili, Discretion Assuree
  • ^ [2]
  • ^ Doubled in Diamonds
  • ^ The Tenth Clew
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  • ^ [3]
  • ^ Report for Murder
  • ^ I, the Jury
  • ^ The Dying Trade
  • ^ Great Mystery Stories in Illustrated Sunday Magazine, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, December 12, 1909 (first story is on previous page)
  • ^ Marreau and the Chocolate Policeman
  • ^ The Deep Blue Good-by
  • ^ A is for Alibi
  • ^ [4]
  • ^ Mitzi Brunsdale, Gumshoes: A Dictionary of Fictional Detectives, Introduction, p.3. Also, LeRoy Lad PanekBefore Sherlock Holmes: How Magazines and Newspapers Invented the Detective. p.97
  • ^ The Snatch
  • ^ The Mysterious Affair at Styles
  • ^ The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency[permanent dead link]
  • ^ Family Honor
  • ^ Shaft
  • ^ The Maltese Falcon
  • ^ The Godwulf Manuscript
  • ^ Motor City Blue
  • ^ “Indemnity Only”. Archived from the original on October 3, 2008. Retrieved October 15, 2008.

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