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The Best of Philip Marlowe, Volume 1
Written by: Raymond Chandler
Narrated by: Elliott Gould
Series: Philip Marlowe
Length: 10 hrs and 30 mins

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"The stores along Hollywood Boulevard were already beginning to fill up with overpriced Christmas junk, and the daily papers were beginning to scream about how terrible it would be if you didn't get your Christmas shopping done early. It would be terrible anyway; it always is." (From Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye)

Phoenix Books offers listeners this holiday collection in a yuletide tribute to Raymond Chandler.

Looking out the window of the Phoenix Books office at Hollywood and Vine, we often gaze up the street towards Ivar Avenue to the corner now known as Raymond Chandler Square, in hopes of catching a glimpse of Phillip Marlowe as he enters the building that houses the 6th floor office of Marlowe P.I. (or as Marlowe affectionately refers to it “his dog house on the 6th floor”).

With that thought in mind, we’ve compiled here the first of a two-part collection of Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe novels. In this first volume of the collection you'll find The High Window, The Lady in the Lake, The Little Sister, and The Long Goodbye.

So, once the holiday shopping is behind you...relax and light the fire…fill a cup full of your favorite yuletide libation…grab a blanket and get cozy…as we invite you to join us in celebrating a very Marlowe Christmas. 

With our warmest wishes for a joyous Holiday Season!

©1942, 1943, 1949, 1953 Raymond Chandler (P)2019 Phoenix Books

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Four well written,thought out stories. From the master of suspense. Phillip Marlowe honest and ethical on one hand and a rascal on the other. I've been trying to read some of the older authors, Chandler is the best.

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