Editor | Jan 22, 2015
Barry Day’s The World of Raymond Chandler defies categorization. It is mostly fiction, as the subtitle, In His Own Words, implies, although Day strings together the Chandler passages with his own narrative. The book also features Chandler’s letters, which are decidedly non fiction. Reading this book will make you want to read or re-read Chandler’s tomes, to further appreciate this American original, who by the way, was born and educated in England.
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