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Chandler, Raymond: The High Window

80,00

    Description

    Raymond Chandler (1888-1959)

     

    The High Window

     

    Good antiquarian condition. First edition, second printing. Cover slightly worn on edges. Price clipped. The pages are in good  few tiny dot-shaped handwritings on the margins. Dark blue coloring on the top text block. Previous owner inscription.

     

    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. In this grim novel, a missing daughter and gold coin lead to topics such as murder, blackmail and the worst kind of human exploitation.

    Additional information
    Publisher:
    World Publishing Company
    YEAR OF PUBLICATION:
    1946
    PLACE OF PUBLICATION:
    Cleveland, Ohio
    Pages:
    (10)+240+(6)
    Binding:
    hardcover with dustjacket
    Condition:
    3, dust jacket slightly worn