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I Review “The World of Raymond Chandler”

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I Review The “World of Raymond Chandler”

In this biography, Day portrays a gifted, but troubled, alcoholic writer who cared more about words than other pulp writers. Day exposes the softboiled man in Chandler’s love for his wife, Cissy, and his cat Taki. Chandler the writer, though, had a gift for writing tough-guy dialogue and for concocting the simile that’s sometimes “crazy as a pair of waltzing mice.”

You can read my review of The World of Raymond Chandler in the December 22 edition of the Boston Globe by clicking the image below.

You can buy The World of Raymond Chandler at Barnes & Noble.

Written by Joe Peschel

December 23rd, 2014 at 12:53 pm