"The portrait of 1950s LA is less precise than Chandler's, but the aging, reflective Marlowe is appropriately sententious. A treat for fans, even if they end up throwing it across the room."
Man Booker Prize-winning novelist John Banville, already disguised as mystery writer Black (Holy Orders
, 2013, etc.), goes under even deeper cover to imitate Raymond Chandler in this flavorsome pastiche.
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