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Littell graduated in 1956 from the Alfred University in New York. After his studies, he joined the United States Navy, where he remained for four years. Later he worked as a correspondent for Newsweek magazine during the Cold War, this work would inspire his literary work.
He wrote his first novel, entitled Israel lost the war, in 1968, in collaboration with Edward Klein. The book dealt with a hypothetical Israeli defeat in its confrontations with the Arabs of those times.
His first solo novel and his first great success was El rizo, (originally titled The Defection of A. J. Lewinter, translated literally would be the desertion of A. J. Lewinter). In this novel already appear the constants of his work, written as a game of chess between the United States and the Soviet Union, after the defection of Lewinter. For this novel he was awarded the British Crime Writers’ Association’s Gold Dagger fiction prize. He maintained success with his following novels Sweet Reasons (1974), The Circle of October (1975), Mother Russia (1978), The Debriefing (1979).
His novel the Amateur of 1981, would be the first and only one until the date taken to the cinema, directed by Charles Jarrot with John Savage and Christopher Plummer as protagonists. He wrote two more novels in the 80s: The Sisters in 1986 and The Revolution in 1988. In the nineties he would duplicate his production writing four novels: The first time and The future spy (1990), An agent in the place (1991), The visit of the professor (1994), Walking back the Cat. In addition to these novels returns to the subject of Israel that already had touched in its first work and writes the work of nonfiction The Future of Israel in collaboration with Shimon Peres.
In the 21st century he continues to work, his first novel of this time, The Company of 1971, will be adapted into a television series in 2007, directed by Michael Salomon and starring Chris O’Donnell, Alfred Molina and Michael Keaton among others.
His latest novels are Legends published in 2005 and Círculo vicioso published in 2006. The first of these novels was awarded by the Los Angeles Times as best mystery book.
Robert Littel’s son, Jonathan Littell, is also a writer.
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