My answer's here:

It will be interesting to see other people's favorites.

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Charlie Swift from Victor Gischler's "The Gun Monkeys".
I had another thought. Hank Thompson, in Charlie Huston's series, starting with CAUGHT STEALING.
For a hired killer, he was an awfully nice guy.
Well, obviously it's hard to pick one and many of those already mentioned are excellent choices. But, from a pure enjoyment standpoint, I'll have to go with Myron Bolitar. He's always entertaining and hilarious, yet a total Boy Scout.
What a difficult choice. I love so many: William Kent Kreuger's Cork Cochoran, Tim Hallinan's Poke Rafferty, Kellerman's Alex Delaware, Sandford's Lucas Davenport and now Virgil Flowers, Hillerman's Jim Chee and Joe Leaphorn...

But I think I'm going to have to go with Joe Pike. I heart Joe Pike.
Oooh, and Ranger, oh, and Hawke. :)
Hmmm - that's tricky!

Joe hunter and his friend Rink (Matt Hilton novels); DI Tom Thorne (Mark Billingham) and for out-and-out 'gung-ho'-ness Jack Reacher (Lee Child)

That'll do for now, I think....


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