[KINDLE] ❤ The Long Goodbye ➜ Raymond Chandler – Pv1.info

[KINDLE] ❤ The Long Goodbye ➜ Raymond Chandler – Pv1.info Down And Out Drunk Terry Lennox Has A Problem His Millionaire Wife Is Dead And He Needs To Get Out Of LA Fast So He Turns To The Only Friend He Can Trust Private Investigator Philip Marlowe Marlowe Is Willing To Help A Man Down On His Luck, But Later Lennox Commits Suicide In Mexico And Things Start To Turn Nasty Marlowe Is Drawn Into A Sordid Crowd Of Adulterers And Alcoholics In LA S Idle Valley, Where The Rich Are Suffering One Big Suntanned Hangover Marlowe Is Sure Lennox Didn T Kill His Wife, But How Many Stiffs Will Turn Up Before He Gets To The Truth

10 thoughts on “The Long Goodbye

  1. s.penkevich s.penkevich says:

    To say goodbye is to die a little.There are some books that just feel good to have on your dashboard, never too far from your fingertips to read in the tiny gaps between obligations and responsibility The type of book that rides shotgun and keeps you company through the

  2. Evgeny Evgeny says:

    Philip Marlowe saves a drunken guy from being dumped in a ditch He does it again another time He does is yet again another time And another And another Finally he gets into trouble for doing this no good deed ever goes unpunished.This book gives a very realistic gritty picture of

  3. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    Philip Marlowe a cynical shamus looks down at the parking lot of The Dancers Club, watching a drunk be put into his car a silver Rolls Royce, but the annoyed valet has trouble, the left leg refuses to be moved inside, instead remains firmly on the ground Where the rest of the intoxicated m

  4. James Thane James Thane says:

    This is the sixth and last of the full length novels that Raymond Chandler wrote featuring his iconic detective, Philip Marlowe It s also the most personal in that Chandler seems to have based two of the characters, Terry Lennox and Roger Wade, at least in part on himself.At the book opens, Marlowe

  5. Florence (Lefty) MacIntosh Florence (Lefty) MacIntosh says:

    Chandler s known as the king of LA noir and word is this is his best His writing is lean and clean, short staccato sentences with not a word wasted Almost poetic in its brevity not to be confused with lack of substance Humour me, I m trying it out on this review view spoiler it s fun you should try it somet

  6. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    A down and out friend of Marlowe s flees to Mexico with Marlowe s help, his wife dead under suspicious circumstances Marlowe s friend soon turns up dead, an apparent suicide But what does his death, if anything, have to do with a drunk writer Marlowe finds himself watching I m not really sure how I feel about the Lo

  7. Michael Michael says:

    I enjoyed the atmospherics and mood of this one, the last of Chandler s detective stories featuring Philip Marlowe This one is different in beingmeditative and in havingof a focus on alienation among the wealthy residents of gated compounds Chandler also restrains Marlowe s use of colorful similes in his interior monologues,

  8. Anthony Vacca Anthony Vacca says:

    When it comes to Raymond Chandler s novels starring the smart ass, misanthropic PI Phillip Marlowe, there s The Long Goodbye and then there s everything else Chandler ever wrote and it s a long, lonely drive in between The Big Sleep, Farwell, My Lovely, and The Little Sister are all seminal works of the hard boiled genre, too be sure

  9. Darwin8u Darwin8u says:

    I was as hollow and empty as the spaces between starsRaymond Chandler, The Long GoodbyeLabels like genius and masterpiece get thrown around a lot in the arts Certain writers are deemed to be brilliant and yet their stars fade quickly Their notable books are soon forgotten, misplaced, unread and eventually pulped Other writers seem to have the

  10. Aubrey Aubrey says:

    People They pass through your life, your mind, your heart, bundled in their own worlds with their wants and needs and feelings And they ll tangle you up and drag you with and leave you with a lump in your throat and a weight in your gut That s the best case scenario Worst case scenario you end up broken, in jail, dead Philip avoids the latter case wit

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