Enid Challenger is a character in the novel The Land of Mist by Arthur Conan Doyle; she is the daughter of the Scottish scientist Professor Challenger and his wife, and marries the Irish journalist Edward D. Malone.

In Tarzan Alive, Philip José Farmer identifies Enid as a member of the Wold Newton Family through both her parents. He also raises the possibility that Enid and Malone were the parents of Lew Archer, but eminent pulp scholar Rick Lai has pointed out that Lew Archer is too old to be their son - the citation appears in Brad Mengel's article The Challenging Rutherfords, which instead identifies Enid and Malone as the parents of two sons, one of whom is given as the titular protagonist of the Burt Reynolds movie Malone.

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