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Dashiell Hammett
   wrote   
The Maltese Falcon
The novel that re-defined the private detective genre
Dashiell Hammett
   wrote   
Red Harvest
Time included Red Harvest in its TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005
Dashiell Hammett
   wrote   
The Glass Key
1931.The Glass Key award (Swedish: Glasnyckeln) is named after the novel and is presented annually for the best crime novel by a Scandinavian author.
Dashiell Hammett
   created the character   
Sam Spade
The Maltese Falcon, 1930
Dashiell Hammett
   created the character   
Mimi Jorgensen
The Thin Man, 1934
Log Cabin Club
   was created by   
Dashiell Hammett
Gambling club from "The Glass Key", 1931
Dashiell Hammett
   created the character   
Nick Charles
The Thin Man
Dashiell Hammett
   created the character   
Clyde Wynant
The Thin Man
Clyde Wynant's Laboratory
   was created by   
Dashiell Hammett
"The Thin Man", 1934; Hammett's last novel
Pigiron Club
   was created by   
Dashiell Hammett
Manhattan speakeasy in "The Thin Man"
Dashiell Hammett
   was a/an   
Author
Hard-boiled detective novels, creator of Sam Spade; 1894-1961
Dashiell Hammett
   is buried in   
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA, USA
Novelist
Dashiell Hammett
   wrote   
The Thin Man
Basis for a successful film series and a 1950's television series






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