The Big Sleep
by Raymond Chandler

A Philip Marlowe novel told by him. Chandlerís writing style set the pattern for Parker. A mystery set in the Los Angeles area in the 1930s. The plot is complicated. Two slutty rich sisters like to be irresponsible with low-life criminals. Their old father hires Marlowe for obscure reasons. Marlowe is loyal to his client.

Year Read: 2008


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