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In the short story The Market Basing Mystery, Dr Giles was the local doctor who examined the body of local resident Walter Protheroe who had been found dead in a locked room at "Leigh House".

Dr Giles was described as "a tall man dressed in sporting tweeds, with a clever, capable face". Japp considered Giles a competent doctor. "Some of these sporting doctors are first-class fellows," he told Hastings and Poirot.

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