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  • Zubei

    "The Little Sister" continues Chandler's Philip Marlowe franchise, a private eye series that became the mold for so many private eyes that followed in the succeeding decades. Chandler had the knack of combining the gritty realism and day to day language if the streets with a witty prose that sometimes had no match in the way he could turn a phrase/5().
    • Tulabar

      Nov 17,  · In Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe: The Little Sister, illustrator Michael Lark has given us a brand-new incarnation of Chandler's famous fictional detective, a "comic book" version of Chandler's mystery. When Orfamay Quest hires Marlowe to find her missing brother, the case at first seems pretty straightforward, but--beset by mobsters /5().
      • Kigara

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