This is a 2018 publication. https://www.amazon.com/Argentine-Cinema-Neo-Noir-David-George-ebook/dp/B078481D2R
I do not buy noir books. Some are good, to be sure. Others are filled with the pompous, academic jargon that's basically crap to my ears and understanding. Can you understand this? "...what needs to be emphasized is that existentialism was intertwined with a residual surrealism, and surrealism was crucial to the acceptance of any art described as 'noir'". That's Naremore, an oft-cited scholar.
The Google excerpts from the above book are at least readable!
I mention this book to express my total failure at seeing how big a phenomenon noir would become. I'm amazed to see the work spreading into every corner of the world. I'm amazed to see The Film Noir Foundation existing and spreading. I grew up in so much of a simpler world where we simply begged 10 cents to go to the movies on a Saturday and be scared to see Boy getting caught in a giant spider web. Sheer entertainment never stoked the idea that movies would become secondary sources of occupations and professions like professors of film studies, announcers on cable channels, and so on. When I went to college 60 years ago, soft stuff like film studies was regarded as non-academic. How things have changed.