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Poodle Springs
by Raymond Chandler and Robert B. Parker




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When Raymond Chandler died in 1959, he left behind the first four chapters of a new Philip Marlowe thriller. Now three decades later, Robert B. Parker, the bestselling creator of the Spenser detective novels, has completed Poodle Springs in a full-length masterpiece of criminal passion.

More than just an impressive homage, this is a first-rate detective novel with all of the suspense, action, and human drama that we have come to expect from the best.--Playboy

Philip Marlowe is alive and well and living in Poodle Springs, California. He's married to a wealthy heiress now. But living in the lap of luxury hasn't made a dent in Marlowe's cynicism--or his talent for attracting trouble. Soon he's on a trail of greed, lust, and murder as dark and cunning as any he's ever seen. Philip Marlowe is back in business.

Raymond Chandler fans, throw away your dog-eared copies of The Big Sleep...Philip Marlowe has returned --Milwaukee Journal

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Overview

When Raymond Chandler died in 1959, he left behind the first four chapters of a new Philip Marlowe thriller. Now three decades later, Robert B. Parker, the bestselling creator of the Spenser detective novels, has completed Poodle Springs in a full-length masterpiece of criminal passion.

More than just an impressive homage, this is a first-rate detective novel with all of the suspense, action, and human drama that we have come to expect from the best.--Playboy

Philip Marlowe is alive and well and living in Poodle Springs, California. He's married to a wealthy heiress now. But living in the lap of luxury hasn't made a dent in Marlowe's cynicism--or his talent for attracting trouble. Soon he's on a trail of greed, lust, and murder as dark and cunning as any he's ever seen. Philip Marlowe is back in business.

Raymond Chandler fans, throw away your dog-eared copies of The Big Sleep...Philip Marlowe has returned --Milwaukee Journal


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780425239346
  • ISBN-10: 0425239349
  • Publisher: Berkley Books
  • Publish Date: August 2010
  • Page Count: 292
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP
  • Dimensions: 7.92 x 5.34 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.54 pounds


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