His novels featuring the Philip Marlowe character are "The Big Sleep (1939); "Farewell, My Lovely (1940); "The High Window" (1942); "The Lady in the Lake" (1943); "The Little Sister" (1949); "The Long Goodbye" (1953); "Playback" (1958), and "Poodle Springs" (1989, Completed by Robert B. Parker
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[on Ernest Hemingway
] He never wrote but one story. All the rest is the same thing in different pants - or without different pants. And his eternal preoccupation with what goes on between the sheets becomes rather nauseating in the end. One reaches a time of life when limericks written on the walls of comfort stations are not just obscene, they are horribly dull. This man has only one subject and...
He spent much of his childhood in London, England and became a British citizen in 1907. He did not regain his American citizenship until 1956.