Today we have S for Larry Sweet. He's one of my Pinkerton agents on the trail of Alanna McLeod, described thus in an early edition of my book:
It was a bitter cold day in January. The wind was whipping down through the streets along with the snow off the roofs of the tenements and Larry Sweet was dressed as if for an evening out, wearing a fitted jacket, pressed trousers, and shoes that had obviously been purchased in a shop that catered to men of means. Jim had wondered then just what sort of man the Pinkertons had paired him up with.
This was from Jim Woolbridge's point of view. I imagine Larry would describe himself differently. At any rate, not much is left of the pair in the final edition (they were some of my darlings who had to go) but they were fun to write :)