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Dames, double-crosses and golden doubloons: ‘The High Window’ by Raymond Chandler

For some reason, I always associate Raymond Chandler with winter.  I know that he is a quintessential LA novelist, but something about the Noir ambience of the film adaptations and the fact that no-one ever seems to really spend any … Continue reading

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