| Eduardo Lucas |
|Died|| July 1889 (age 34)|
|Family||Madame Fournaye (wife)|
|Behind the scenes|
|Appearances||"The Adventure of the Second Stain"|
Eduardo Lucas was a society gentleman and amateur tenor living in London. He was also secretly a spy for an unnamed foreign country, and is referred to by Sherlock Holmes as one of the three top spies in the city. Holmes realises him to be one of the key players during "The Adventure of the Second Stain", the other 2 being Hugo Oberstein and Louis La Rothière, but he is murdered before Holmes has the change to interview him. It is later revealed that he lived a second life in Paris as "Monsieur Henri Fournaye", and that his wife murdered him because she believed he had been unfaithful. However, as she has gone insane, she is of no use as a witness either.