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Williams's work is identified with the noir fiction subgenre of "hardboiled" crime writing. His 1953 novel Hell Hath No Fury —-published by the defining crime fiction company, Gold Medal Books —-was the first paperback original to merit a review from renowned critic Anthony Boucher of The New York Times . Boucher relates Williams to two of the most famous noir fiction writers: "The striking suspense technique...may remind you of [Cornell] Woolrich ; the basic story, with its bitter blend of sex and criminality, may recall James M. Cain . But Mr. Williams is individually himself in his sharp but unmannered prose style and in his refusal to indulge in sentimental compromises." [4] Ed Gorman's description of a characteristic Williams novel, Man on the Run (1958), outlines the essential elements that associate it with the noir fiction category: "a) a falsely accused man trying to elude police, b) a lonely woman as desperate in her way as the man on the run, c) enough atmospherics (night, rain, fog) to enshroud a hundred films noir ." [5] Cultural critic Geoffrey O'Brien further details Williams's "chief characteristics":

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Educated at St Albans School , Hertfordshire, Williams was awarded a scholarship to University College London , but he left school in 1904 without attempting to gain a degree due to an inability to pay tuition fees.


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