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.
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Review: Chandler: Stories and Early NovelsUser Review - Elwood D Pennypacker - Goodreads
I borrowed this and it's companion of later works as it was the only way the Brooklyn Public Library offered me a way to read the High Window and Playback (the latter in the second volume). The High ... 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. "I was neat, clean, shaved ... Read full review