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Chandler, Raymond: Red Wind: A Collection Of Short Stories

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    Raymond Chandler (1888-1959)

     

    Red Wind: A Collection Of Short Stories

     

    Fair antiquarian condition. Dustjacket slightly worn on edges and ripped in half on the spine. Price clipped. Two owner inscriptions from 1949 and 1992. Pages in good condition, with a few handwritten notes.

     

    Raymond Chandler was an American-British novelist and screenwriter. He was the founder of hard-boiled detective fiction, with its cynical, antiheroic protagonists. The protagonist in Chandler’s novels, Philip Marlowe, was played in films by American cultural icon Humphrey Bogart. Red Wind: A Collection Of Short Stories is a collection of Chandler’s short stories previously printed in Dime Detective, Black Mask, and The Saturday Evening Post in the 1930s.

    Additional information
    Publisher:
    World Publishing Company
    YEAR OF PUBLICATION:
    1946
    PLACE OF PUBLICATION:
    Cleveland, Ohio
    Pages:
    253+(5)
    Binding:
    hardcover with dustjacket