A Quebec magazine with the title Détective was published briefly in the mid-1960s, by a company called L’Agence de Presse française du Canada, based in Montreal. With coverage of American television stars (like Johnny Carson), and reports on North American crime, this version of Détective seemed to have no connection with the renowned magazine of the same title published in France. The numbering of the issues shown here suggest it had been published for at least four years, though information on this title is almost impossible to find.
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