Stories and Early Novels
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In Chandler's hands, the pulp crime story became a haunting mystery of power and corruption, set against a modern cityscape that is both lyrical and violent.
"As another reminder of where we've come from and why we're still reading mysteries, The Library of America has put together two handsome volumes of Raymond Chandler's work -- guaranteed to bring a broad grin of acquisitive delight to the face of any recipient". -- Los Angeles Times Book Review
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Review: Chandler: Stories and Early NovelsUser Review - Karl - Goodreads
Really liked The High Window. I would rank it below The Lady in the Lake, but above The Big Sleep and Farewell, My Lovely. Now I'm going to read some of the pulp stories that I had skipped over. Read full review
Review: Chandler: Stories and Early NovelsUser Review - Rich - Goodreads
"The room he went into was paved with dirty brown linoleum, furnished with the peculiar sordid hideousness only municipalities can achieve." Blackmailers Don't Shoot, p. 48. Read full review