Raymond Chandler & Robert B. Parker - Poodle Springs (CD, Album). BBC. ISBN 978-1-4084-2769-9. ISBN 978-1-4084-2766-8. ⠀⠇⠇⠀⠎⠊⠌⠻ The Little Sister (2xCass, Mono). The Library Of Congress.
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The Little Sister is a 1949 novel by Raymond Chandler, his fifth featuring the private investigator Philip Marlowe. The story is set in Los Angeles in the late 1940s. The novel centres on the younger sister of a Hollywood starlet and has several scenes involving the film industry
The Little Sister, one of noir master Raymond Chandler's later novels, paints his darkest portrait yet of the underside of the City of Angels. Detective Phillip Marlowe is once again on the case, helping a "little sister", a sweet young girl from Kansas, find her missing brother in Tinseltown. A blackmailer and an ambitious starlet play key roles in this bleak tale, Chandler's savage indictment of the Hollywood dream factory. Listeners Also Bought. Raymond Chandler: Playback (Dramatised). Narrator: Elliott Gould.
Raymond Chandler in a letter to James Sandoe. The Plot OK, this one is a bit hard to follow but trying to untangle it is, I think, ultimately rewarding. So here is a longish synopsis, spoiler free as ever. Chandler was at his freshets with his first two novels and at his most confident as a novelist with The Little Sister and The Long Good-bye. Playback is easily the least of them while The Lady in the Lake, in terms of plotting, is probably the finest of the three novels (the others as Sleep and Farewell) derived from his short fiction.
Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe: The Little Sister. Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe: The Little Sister.
The Little Sister by the esteemed Raymond Chandler is no exception. It may be because it's been a few months since I've read one of Raymond Chandler's oddly poetic noir masterpieces but I liked The Little A woman from a small Kansas town hires Philip Marlowe to find her missing brother. As I've said many times, noir fiction and I go together like a bottle of cheap vodka and nightmares about being chased by coyotes. The Little Sister by the esteemed Raymond Chandler is no exception