I would hazard that I will have maybe 20 from him in the library. I've read a few, pre-blogging days and can't remember which ones and when, so assuming I live to be 150 and stop buying more books, I will get to them eventually.
My last experience of him, when I read The Rip-Off last year wasn't great, but we can overlook that.
Review of The Rip-Off - October, 2013.
When convicted bank robber Pat Cosgrove is paroled from prison through the efforts of a man he barely knows and provided with a home, a job, and other favors, he begins to suspect he is being set up to be used for sinister purposes.
Not much of a blurb to sell this 1953 novel to anyone !
Convinced his wife is planning to murder him, Mike Hanlon, a paraplegic wildcatter, tries to convince chief Lou Ford to take action.
Even less about this 1957 one!
There's a shortish article on Thompson over at Detnovel.