- Harper, 1966, reprint of The Moving Target (1949) by Ross Macdonald, with cover photo of Paul Newman.
Tony Rome (1967, 20th Century Fox)
- 1967 reprint of 1960 novel Miami Mayhem by Marvin Albert; cover features Frank Sinatra and Jill St. John and credits book to "Tony Rome."
- 1968 reprint of 1966 novel by Roderick Thorp
Lady In Cement
(1968, 20th Century Fox)
- 1968 reprint of The Lady in Cement (1961) by Marvin Albert.; Frank Sinatra and Raquel Welch are on cover.
Klute (1971, Warner Brothers)
- 1971 novelization by William Johnston, with Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland on cover.
Shaft (1971, MGM)
- Reprint of 1970 novel by Ernest J. Tidyman; several editions, all featuring photos of Richard Roundtree as Shaft in action.
Shaft's Big Score! (1972, MGM)
- Reprint of 1972 novel by Ernest J. Tidyman; illustration of Richard Roundtree as Shaft on cover
Gumshoe (1972, Memorial Enterprises)
- 1972 novelization, based on screenplay by Neville Smith.
Shamus (1973, Columbia)
- 1973 novelization by Raymond Giles, based on screenplay by Barry Beckerman.
The Long Goodbye
(1973, United Artists)
- 1973 reprint of 1953 novel by Raymond Chandler, featuring Elliott Gould as Marlowe.
Shaft in Africa (1973, MGM)
- 1973 novelization, based on screenplay by Stirling Silliphant, and characters created by Ernest TidymanScreenplay by
The Black Bird (1975, Columbia)
- 1975 novelization by Alexander Edwards, based on screenplay by David Glier; story by Don M. Mankiewicz
and Gordon Cotler
Farewell, My Lovely (1975, EK Corporation/ITC)
- Reprint of 1940 novel by Chandler; Robert Mitchum and Charlotte Rampling are featured on cover.
Night Moves (1975, Warner Brothers)
- 1975 novelization by Alan Sharp, from his original screenplay.
The Drowning Pool (1976, Warner Brothers)
- 1976 reprint of 1950 novel by Ross Macdonald.
Murder By Death (1976, Columbia TriStar)
- 1976 novelization, based on screenplay by Neil Simon.
The Big Fix (1978, Universal)
- 1978 reprint of The Big Fix (1973), with photo of Richard Dreyfuss as Moses Wine.
The Big Sleep (1978, Winkast)
- 1976 edition of 1939 novel by Chandler. Front cover painting by Richard Amsel shows Robert Mitchum and Candy Clark in a scene from the film.
The Cheap Detective (1978, Columbia/EMI)
- 1978 novelization by Robert Grossbach, based on screenplay by Neil Simon.
The Man With Bogart's Face (1980, Fox)
- 1980 reprint of 1977 novel by Andrew J. Fenady.
Blade Runner (1982, Warner Brothers)
- Blade Runner, 1982 reprints of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968) by Philip K. Dick; features illustration of Harrison Ford.
I, the Jury (1982, Warner Brothers)
- 1982 reprint of 1947 novel by Mickey Spillane, featuring armand Assante as Mike Hammer.
Hammett (1983, Orion Pictures/Warner Brothers)
- Reprint of novel by Joe Gores.
City Heat (1984, Warner Bros.)
- 1984 novelization, based on a screenplay by Sam O. Brown (Blake Edwards and a story by Sam O. Brown and Joseph C. Stinson.
Eight Million Ways to Die (1986, Producer Sales Organisation)
- Reprint of novel by Lawrence Block.
The Adventures of Ford Fairlane (1990, 20th Century Fox)
- The Adventures of Ford Fairlane
1990 comic book spin-off, by Gerard Jones, Carmine Infantino et al.
Everybody Wins (1990, Orion Pictures)
- Original screenplay by Arthur Miller.
The Last Boy Scout (1991, Geffen Pictures)
- 1992 novelization by Dan Becker, based on screenplay by Shane Black and story by Greg Hicks and Shane Black.
Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)
- 1995 reprint of 1990 novel by Walter Mosley, with Denzel Washington on cover.
8MM (1999, Columbia)
- Seven and 8MM, 1999; by Andrew Kevin Walker; includes both screenplays, plus B&W photos.
The Eye (2000 , Seville Pictures)
- 2000 reprint of The Eye of the Beholder (1980) by Marc Behm, features Ewan MacGregor on cover.
- Reprint of 1970 novel by Ernest J. Tidyman; featuring Samuel Jackson as Shaft.
Gone Baby Gone (2007, Miramax)
- 2007 reprint of 1998 novel by Dennis Lehane sports Casey Affleck looking pensive..