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Raymond Chandler was a British-American author who wrote many screens and short stories. He published seven novels during his lifetime. The first, The Big S sleep, was published in 1939. The eighth, Poodle Springs, not mentioned in his death, was completed by another great crime writer, Robert B Parker. Six of Chandler's novels are made into films, some more than one. Chandler's novels are considered original, not only untrue, but in American literature itself. His protagonist, Philip Marlowe, is best known as an American mythology detective as Sherlock Holmes is a British detective. Both terms literally mean 'private investigator.' Marlow even has a visible face in which the actor, Humphrey Bogart, played him in many films and met closely with Marlowe in American culture.