Farewell, My Lovely

Author: Raymond Chandler

This is one of Chandler’s most famous crime novels featuring the detective Philip Marlowe. The suspect in the case is Moose Malloy, a small time criminal who is looking for a girl he used to know. Marlowe enters the case out of curiosity, but soon becomes embroiled in a trail of corpses…..Read More

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