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Character Development and Storytelling for Games, Second Edition by Lee Sheldon

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Kenneth Millar was a mystery writer who lived in Santa Barbara, California. He was the direct stylistic descendant of Raymond Chandler. Under his pen name of Ross MacDonald, he wrote intricate hard-edged detective stories featuring his detective Lew Archer. Paul Newman appeared in the film adaptation of the first Lew Archer novel, The Moving Target, with the character name changed to Harper to fit in with Newman’s other hit “H” films like Hud, Hombre, and The Hustler. The screenplay was by William Goldman.

Millar constructed intricate murder mystery plots around one of his favorite themes: the decay and corruption that lay beneath the surface of seemingly ordinary American families. He would walk along the beach every ...

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