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The Black Eyed Blonde by Benjamin Black: A Review

Benjamin Black is reviving Raymond Chandler’s detective Phillip Marlowe. There are lots of things easier than that: Digging a ditch with your tongue, for example. I like Marlowe but I never found him to be much more than the sum … Continue reading

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Raymond Chandler’s Los Angeles: A Salon

Musso and Frank is the oldest restaurant ┬áin Hollywood. Some of its loyal service staff have been with them for, well, a lifetime, an entire career. There is something about a place that can hold onto its staff over the … Continue reading

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