--where this one covers JULIA ROSS and its more problematic Columbia "B" follow-up, SO DARK THE NIGHT. (There has been a great deal of effort in recent years to "rehabilitate" SDTN, as it is visually arresting. That topic gets covered in the addenda to Mark's essays.)
Lewis gets the most attention for GUN CRAZY and The BIG COMBO, two popular favorites that have deservedly high reputations, but the academics have also weighed in with an essay collection (from 2012) that goes deeper into his work:
Peter Bogdanovich captures a good bit of Lewis' feisty personality (thus helping to explain why he moved around a lot during his years in Hollywood) in his interview anthology WHO THE DEVIL MADE IT:
TCM just screened one of Lewis' more obscure 50s works made during his temporary (what else?) tenure at MGM: CRY OF THE HUNTED (1953). I will beg off from offering any thoughts in hopes of soliciting other opinions first...!