Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.
See: prowl
References in periodicals archive ?
Mercedes will be familiar to readers of a certain age who grew up on gumshoe fiction.
Harrington calls it Gumshoe [R] and he has a trademark and patent pending on the product.
After war service in the US Army, Hayes left journalism to write radio scripts, including a series on Sam Spade, Dashiell Hammett's gumshoe.
Sonic the Hedgehog, Yoshi, Lara Croft, Detective Gumshoe and Vincent Valentine were among the eighty character's breaking the 'Largest Gathering of Games Characters' Guinness World Record on the Millennium Bridge, London on Tuesday 18 March.
In Epitaph for a Tramp, for example, Markson's gumshoe, Harry Fannin, finds typed on a piece of paper in a suspected murderer's apartment: "And it is my conclusion that The Recognitions is not merely the best American first novel.
Snow, Technology And Law Enforcement: From Gumshoe to Gamma Rays.
June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Who: The author of 22 novels, Jeffrey Deaver has been nominated for six Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America, an Anthony award, a Gumshoe Award and is a three-time recipient of the Ellery Queen Readers Award for Best Short Story of the Year.
Join the Welsh Clouseau, Detective Inspector Gethin Gumshoe, as he delves into the operatic underworld to find out whodunit.
As luck would have it, my background in journalism makes me a shoe-in for a gumshoe, according to the agency's requirements.
Mickey Spillane, the macho mystery writer who wowed millions of readers with the sex and violence of gumshoe Mike Hammer, has died.
Nate Heller, a resourceful ex-cop turned gumshoe, knows everybody who is anybody, from champion prizefighter Barney Ross to "Mr.
Gay gumshoe Russell Quant boards the Mediterranean-bound Dorothy cruise liner to protect a wealthy matriarch from a family member with murderous intentions.