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  1. Philip Fracassi Philip Fracassi says:

    This omnibus contains Chandler s greatest works, and a spattering of wonderful novellas that are impossible to find anywhere else.Although not known for his writing style, butfor the arc of his stories, I m convinced there is no greater writer of human dialogue in the history of literature than Raymond Chandler.His writing is so compulsively witty, desert dry and often terrifyingly heart breaking that you can t help but fall in love with his characters and the world he wrote about, even if This omnibus contains Chandler s greatest works, and a spattering of wonderful novellas that are impossible to find anywhere else.Although not known for his writing style, butfor the arc of his stories, I m convinced there is no greater writer of human dialogue in the history of literature than Raymond Chandler.His writing is so compulsively witty, desert dry and often terrifyingly heart breaking that you can t help but fall in love with his characters and the world he wrote about, even if you can t always recall the stories themselves.But the experience of reading Chandler is something you ll never have reading anyone else, and what an amazing experience it is One of the greatest writers of the 20th Century, period.Included novels The Long Goodbye, Red Wind, Little Sister, Trouble is My Business 3 novellas


  2. B.R. Stateham B.R. Stateham says:

    Good reading, at any age I ll read it again next year and enjoy it just as much.


  3. Mark Voorhees Mark Voorhees says:

    I have read every story in this book several times over , I loved the long goodbye and red wind the mostprobably red wind is my favorite, I have traveled all my life because of the work I do, I know Southern California pretty well and I remember when I was living in Glendale when the Santa Anna s would blow out of the Mojave desert it was like a 20 mph blast furnace you could wake up at 3 am with 100 degrees blowing take a thick terry cloth towel out of a bathtub soaking wet hang it out on th I have read every story in this book several times over , I loved the long goodbye and red wind the mostprobably red wind is my favorite, I have traveled all my life because of the work I do, I know Southern California pretty well and I remember when I was living in Glendale when the Santa Anna s would blow out of the Mojave desert it was like a 20 mph blast furnace you could wake up at 3 am with 100 degrees blowing take a thick terry cloth towel out of a bathtub soaking wet hang it out on the clothesline outback within five minutes it was bone drythe first time I ever saw the LA basin coming over the grapevine out of Bakersfield all I could think of was how beautiful this place once was a hundred years ago from that point on you could drive all the way to the mexican border and suburbia never ended, much of Chandler s tone regarding Los Angeles is true there are a lot of good hardworking people in LA but the petrol soaked mob, the movie empire with Vegas just down the road offering the illusion of escape permeates life,everywhere you go it s always in the background.look at what California has become now.it is very sad, the melancholy and hard bleakness of detective novels is based in truth a longing for strength and nobility against the whelming torrent of corruption, the illusory hope of ever truly seeing this growsdim as months and years drift into historyit should be little wonder fiction is popular.fiction in many ways really isn t fiction


  4. Sherry Chandler Sherry Chandler says:

    Well, Chandler is Chandler so you know what to expect Might be summarized as all the macho sentimentality of Hemingway without the disciplined style In these early stories, he sometimes sounds like a parody of himself On the other hand The Long Goodbye is sort of sweet.Okay for bedtime reading.


  5. Jeridel Banks Jeridel Banks says:

    I liked The Little Sister and The Long Goodbye, but I wasn t a fan of Blackmailers Don t Shoot Just the reason for a crime story wasn t believable The Pencil was OK Worth a read Only if you re just getting into Chandler s early history.


  6. Chris Chris says:

    Proper title is The Midnight


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