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The only complete edition of stories by the undisputed master of detective literature, collected here for the first time in one volume, including some stories that have been unavailable for decades.

 

When Raymond Chandler turned to writing at the age of forty-five, he began by publishing stories in pulp magazines such as “Black Mask” before later writing his famous novels. These stories are where Chandler honed his art and developed his uniquely vivid underworld, peopled with good cops and bad cops, informers and extortionists, lethally predatory blondes and redheads, and crime, sex, gambling, and alcohol in abundance. In addition to his classic hard-boiled stories–in which his signature atmosphere of depravity and violence swirls around the cool, intuitive loners whose type culminated in the famous detective Philip Marlowe–Chandler also turned his hand to fantasy and even a gothic romance.

 

This rich treasury of twenty-five stories shows Chandler developing the terse, laconic, understated style that would serve him so well in his later masterpieces, and immerses the reader in the richly realized fictional universe that has become an enduring part of our literary landscape

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It was a big year for Chandler: not only did Knopf release his full canon in this hardcover trio, which includes some long-out-of-print stories, but Vintage also released a new set of paperbacks (LJ 7/02) of all his books. (LJ 9/15/02)
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*Starred Review* "The front of her dress was a sudden welter of blood. Her eyes opened and shut, opened and stayed open." That sentence, from Raymond Chandler''s 1935 story "Spanish Blood," says volumes about the history of mystery fiction. Death was mostly an offstage plot device in the works of Agatha Christie and other English authors during the so-called Golden Age of the detective story; American pulp writers made guns and blood their stock-in-trade, but most of them knew little about style, and their work didn''t circulate much beyond bus stations and drugstores. Then Chandler, getting his start in those same pulps, began using phrases such as "sudden welter of blood," and it was only a matter of time before the literary world took notice. This landmark collection, gargantuan in both size and significance, brings together for the first time all of Chandler''s short fiction, the raw material from which he later fashioned all his celebrated novels, from The Big Sleep through The Long Goodbye. Part of the fascination in reading these seminal tales is to encounter bits and pieces of the novels turning up in all sorts of places: the fabled opening scene of The Big Sleep, Marlowe with General Sternwood in the greenhouse, takes place in one story, while the later scene involving Sternwood''s thumb-sucking daughter, Carmen, and her adventures with a pornographer becomes the centerpiece in an entirely different story. To read these 25 stories, 22 of which were originally published in the 1930s, consecutively is to watch Chandler''s craft develop: the move from third to first person; the fascination with atmosphere and mood; the outrageous similes; the liberating focus on his detective''s thoughts and feelings; and, of course, the relish with which he describes violence and death, utterly realistic yet flamboyantly stylized. And, yet, one can also see Chandler chomping at the bit of the short form, the plot demands of the mystery formula keeping him from his real interests: character and place. Only Chandler fanatics will want to read every word of this encyclopedic volume, but anyone with any interest in the history of hard-boiled fiction should sample its groundbreaking wares. A major publishing event. Bill Ott
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“Raymond Chandler is a master.” – New York Times

“Chandler wrote like a slumming angel and invested the sun-blinded streets of Los Angeles with a romantic presence.” –Ross Macdonald

“Raymond Chandler invented a new way of talking about America, and America has never looked the same to us since.” –Paul Auster

“The prose rises to heights of unself-conscious eloquence, and we realize with a jolt of excitement that we are in the presence of not a mere action-tale teller, but a stylist, a writer with a vision…The reader is captivated by Chandler’s seductive prose.” –Joyce Carol Oates, New York Review of Books

“Chandler is one of my favorite writers. His books bear rereading every few years. The novels are a perfect snapshot of an American past, and yet the ruined romanticism of the voice is as fresh as if they were written yesterday.” –Jonathan Lethem

“Chandler seems to have invented our post-war dream lives–the tough but tender hero, the dangerous blonde, the rain-washed sidewalks, and the roar of the traffic (and the ocean) in the distance…Chandler is the classic lonely romantic outsider for our times, and American literature, as well as English, would be the poorer for his absence.” –Pico Iyer

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The only complete edition of stories by the undisputed master of detective literature, collected here for the first time in one volume, including some stories that have been unavailable for decades.

When Raymond Chandler turned to writing at the age of forty-five, he began by publishing stories in pulp magazines such as Black Mask before later writing his famous novels. These stories are where Chandler honed his art and developed his uniquely vivid underworld, peopled with good cops and bad cops, informers and extortionists, lethally predatory blondes and redheads, and crime, sex, gambling, and alcohol in abundance. In addition to his classic hard-boiled stories?in which his signature atmosphere of depravity and violence swirls around the cool, intuitive loners whose type culminated in the famous detective Philip Marlowe?Chandler also turned his hand to fantasy and even a gothic romance. This rich treasury of 25 stories shows Chandler developing the terse, laconic, understated style that would serve him so well in his later masterpieces, and immerses the reader in the richly realized fictional universe that has become an enduring part of our literary landscape.

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The only complete edition of stories by the undisputed master of detective literature, collected here for the first time in one volume, including some stories that have been unavailable for decades.
When Raymond Chandler turned to writing at the age of forty-five, he began by publishing stories in pulp magazines such as "Black Mask before later writing his famous novels. These stories are where Chandler honed his art and developed his uniquely vivid underworld, peopled with good cops and bad cops, informers and extortionists, lethally predatory blondes and redheads, and crime, sex, gambling, and alcohol in abundance. In addition to his classic hard-boiled stories--in which his signature atmosphere of depravity and violence swirls around the cool, intuitive loners whose type culminated in the famous detective Philip Marlowe--Chandler also turned his hand to fantasy and even a gothic romance. This rich treasury of 25 stories shows Chandler developing the terse, laconic, understated style that would serve him so well in his later masterpieces, and immerses the reader in the richly realized fictional universe that has become an enduring part of our literary landscape.

About the Author

Raymond Thornton Chandler (1888 - 1959) was the master practitioner of American hard-boiled crime fiction. Although he was born in Chicago, Chandler spent most of his boyhood and youth in England where he attended Dulwich College and later worked as a freelance journalist for The Westminster Gazette and The Spectator. During World War I, Chandler served in France with the First Division of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, transferring later to the Royal Flying Corps (R. A. F.). In 1919 he returned to the United States, settling in California, where he eventually became director of a number of independent oil companies. The Depression put an end to his career, and in 1933, at the age of forty-five, he turned to writing fiction, publishing his first stories in Black Mask. Chandler’s detective stories often starred the brash but honorable Philip Marlowe (introduced in 1939 in his first novel, The Big Sleep) and were noted for their literate presentation and dead-on critical eye. Never a prolific writer, Chandler published only one collection of stories and seven novels in his lifetime. Some of Chandler’s novels, like The Big Sleep, were made into classic movies which helped define the film noir style. In the last year of his life he was elected president of the Mystery Writers of America. He died in La Jolla, California on March 26, 1959.

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I enjoyed these stories a lot
Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2018
“Raymond Chandler: Collected Stories” contains all of the 25 short stories that Chandler wrote. They are very enjoyable. Each story is from around 30 to around 60 pages long. Chandler (1888-1959) also published seven full-length novels during his lifetime. His eighth was... See more
“Raymond Chandler: Collected Stories” contains all of the 25 short stories that Chandler wrote. They are very enjoyable. Each story is from around 30 to around 60 pages long. Chandler (1888-1959) also published seven full-length novels during his lifetime. His eighth was completed and published by Robert B. Parker after his death. Chandler cannibalized some of his short stories, such as combining two of his short stories to produce a full-length novel. He did so, for example, with “The Big Sleep,” combining the two short stories “Killer in the rain” (published in 1935) and “The Curtain” (published in 1936); and also inserted small parts of “Finger Man” and “Mandarin Jade.” “The Big Sleep,” a reference to Philip Marlowe’s attitude to death, was published in 1939 as his first novel as well as the first hard-boil crime novel with hard-nosed private detective Philip Marlowe. All of his novels, with the sole exception of his last novel Playback, published in 1958, were made into movies, some more than once. Chandler is considered by many to be the founder of the hard-boiled school of detective fiction. He stressed the atmosphere of the events rather than the plot.
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Classic noir detective fiction by Raymond Chandler the master of the genre in a great collection!
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Raymond Chandler (1888-1959) Chicago born spent his formative years in England attending prestigious English prep school. He served in the British Armed Forces in World War I and later emigrated to America settling for life in Los Angeles (as Ross MacDonald put it he wrote... See more
Raymond Chandler (1888-1959) Chicago born spent his formative years in England attending prestigious English prep school. He served in the British Armed Forces in World War I and later emigrated to America settling for life in Los Angeles (as Ross MacDonald put it he wrote like a slumming angel on the streets of L.A.) After he left his position as an oil executive he devoted his life to writing turning out great novels such as the Big Sleep, Farwell My Lovely and the Long Goodbye. Most of his novels were filmed with such stalwarts as Bogart and Dick Powell playing Chandler''s stoic hero Philip Marlowe private detective.
This outstanding Everyman''s Library edition of his 25 short stories contains his 25 short stories. It is a doorstopper of a book weighing in at 1300 pages! Nevertheless these tough tails of gun totting molls and gangsters with murders and shootouts galore will entertain you! We get nocturnal chases through the tough streets of Depression era Los Angeles as we discover the secrets of the rich and famous and dead! All of the stories are well worth reading. My personal favorites are The Brass Gate (atypically set in London), The Lady in the Lake, The Man Who Loved Dogs, Curtain and Spanish Blood. Several scenes from the stories were later used by movie directors such as Howard Hawks on the big screen. Chandler is an outstanding writer and his scene setting is very detailed. We grasp life in Chandler''s long vanished Southern California. So smoke a pipe and sip a cool one as these stories entertain you for hours of reading pleasure!
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Andrew Maile
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Just great fun........
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2018
These stories show Chandler as a developing writer.....It''s interesting to note how some of his more involved short stories, when in the hands of talented script writers, evolved into very crisp screenplays. It''s lots of fun to read some of the original stories (i.e Nevada... See more
These stories show Chandler as a developing writer.....It''s interesting to note how some of his more involved short stories, when in the hands of talented script writers, evolved into very crisp screenplays. It''s lots of fun to read some of the original stories (i.e Nevada Gas, Finger Man, and others....) where Philip Marlowe is NOT a character and then find the TV versions (with Powers Booth, Bogie, Bob Mitchum among others) where a very crisp moving story unfolds around the famous detective. It makes the reader appreciate how skilled Hollywood screen writing can be to, as Michelangelo proclaimed, ''remove the excess'' and reveal a great work of art, or, in this case, literature.
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The true detective author!
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2018
He is the most descriptive author I’ve ever read. If you’re love a great noir in the form of pen and ink: Ray Chandler will have us there; put you in the situation and you just might duck a few punches. Chandler truly is that effective. I''m not happy with the... See more
He is the most descriptive author I’ve ever read. If you’re love a great noir in the form of pen and ink: Ray Chandler will have us there; put you in the situation and you just might duck a few punches. Chandler truly is that effective.

I''m not happy with the thin "hard cover" board. A hard cover is supposed to be close to unyielding. Also, the page marker is cheep, thin and flimsy and because of that, just not including it would have been a better option toward a fine quality binder board. I''m not very surprised at the price drop which has happened throughout the years if the reason is gift or family quality materials are no longer important as they once were, and not so very long ago.

Regardless, the stories; the words as well as the all Inclusive compilation of stories is important enough to readers of fine literature, everywhere. I highly recommend this copy.
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Michael S. Hillman
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A Great and Necessary Collection
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2017
An excellent collection. My only quibble is with the introduction. It''s a fine essay about Chandler''s novels, despite the fact that it throws considerable shade on The Long Goodbye, which I particularly enjoy, but I get where the author is coming from and everyone is... See more
An excellent collection. My only quibble is with the introduction. It''s a fine essay about Chandler''s novels, despite the fact that it throws considerable shade on The Long Goodbye, which I particularly enjoy, but I get where the author is coming from and everyone is entitled to an opinion. The point is, this is a collection of Chandler''s short fiction, not his novels, so the introduction provides no context for what follows and seems out of place. The chronology that is provided also glosses over Chandler''s writing of his short fiction as well. For example, there is no mention of his writing The Pencil in the chronology, so I had to consult the chronology that''s provided in the Library of America collection for a little extra context on the story. As I said though, this is a minor quibble and overall this is a fantastic and necessary collection of very high quality.
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Adam
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Excellent collection of short stories and an excellent bargain
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2007
I''m a big fan of Raymond Chandler, and I''m also a big fan of Everyman''s library. I purchased this book after completing all of Chandler''s novels. As usual with Everyman''s Library, this is a very high quality hardcover edition with a cloth cover and high quality... See more
I''m a big fan of Raymond Chandler, and I''m also a big fan of Everyman''s library.

I purchased this book after completing all of Chandler''s novels. As usual with Everyman''s Library, this is a very high quality hardcover edition with a cloth cover and high quality paper at a bargain price. Also, I believe this is the most complete set of Chandler''s short stories you can currently buy (if I recall correctly, the Library of America collection, which is also quite a good buy, leaves out several stories).

One word of caution - if you plan to read both, I''d recommend reading Chandler''s novels before the short stories, as he cannabalized a good amount of his earlier short stories when constructing some of his novels, so you''ll end up reading some of the material twice. That said, for the most part, these stories are every bit as satisfying as his full length novels and I''d highly recommend this edition for any fan of Chandler''s writing.
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Heading down sunset boulevard. I love Raymons Chandler. I think this is a great era of American noir literature, LA Crime, with it''s own unique language. Classic American literature.
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Great stories that show Chandler''s writing evolution
Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2016
Raymond Chandler is one of the all-time greats of popular American fiction. Like Dashell Hammett and a couple others, Chandler is the real thing, not the sad and stupid pastiche one finds with Mickey Spillane and other copycats, who brought disrepute on the entire genre.... See more
Raymond Chandler is one of the all-time greats of popular American fiction. Like Dashell Hammett and a couple others, Chandler is the real thing, not the sad and stupid pastiche one finds with Mickey Spillane and other copycats, who brought disrepute on the entire genre. This collection is super for those who enjoy Chandler''s novels but haven''t had a chance to explore his writing evolution.
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Martin Turner
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Hard core academic collection of Chandler''s short stories
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 4, 2008
Do you see Chandler as great literature, or just as an enjoyable read? Personally, I don''t find the two mutually exclusive, but this weighty tome from Everyman with an introduction by Oxford emeritus Professor John Bayley (and husband to Iris Murdoch) does everything it...See more
Do you see Chandler as great literature, or just as an enjoyable read? Personally, I don''t find the two mutually exclusive, but this weighty tome from Everyman with an introduction by Oxford emeritus Professor John Bayley (and husband to Iris Murdoch) does everything it possibly can to put it in the literature camp, rather than the fun to read. I read all of the Philip Marlowe novels at least to some extent in the bath. The Penguin reprints are just right for that. This is something you can''t do with the Collected Stories. Hardcover, with more than 1300 pages of beautifully printed fine paper, you wouldn''t want to hold this up for long, and you wouldn''t dare to get it wet. More to the point, Bayley''s introduction takes Chandler as seriously as it is possible to take him, and is supported by an academic bibliography and a 12 page chronology. Mercifully, there is no index. The other thing that marks this out as ''serious'' rather than ''fun'' is that, in the original stories, the character who becomes Marlowe either has no name, or has a different name. In subsequent republications (authorised by Chandler), they all become Marlowe. This book sticks to the original published version, so that the first one that is about Marlowe is Trouble is my business, 1,000 pages in. There''s no doubt in my mind that Chandler created great literature, and he did this in the awareness not only of Holmes and Spade, but also of TS Eliot and other literary figures. But my feeling is that this Everyman collection just takes a little bit too much of the fun out of it. Nonetheless, Bayley''s introduction is very insightful, and there is no other convenient way of acquiring all of the short stories. Definitely one for the completists. If that''s not you, then you might want to read the two Penguin collections, Killer in the Rain: "The Man Who Liked Dogs"; "The Curtain"; "Try the Girl"; "Mandarin''s Jade"; "Bay City Blues"; "The Lady in the Lake"; "No Crime in the Mountains" and Trouble is My Business, which will give you most of the stories in a more compact form that also matches the current Penguin collection.
Do you see Chandler as great literature, or just as an enjoyable read? Personally, I don''t find the two mutually exclusive, but this weighty tome from Everyman with an introduction by Oxford emeritus Professor John Bayley (and husband to Iris Murdoch) does everything it possibly can to put it in the literature camp, rather than the fun to read.

I read all of the Philip Marlowe novels at least to some extent in the bath. The Penguin reprints are just right for that. This is something you can''t do with the Collected Stories. Hardcover, with more than 1300 pages of beautifully printed fine paper, you wouldn''t want to hold this up for long, and you wouldn''t dare to get it wet. More to the point, Bayley''s introduction takes Chandler as seriously as it is possible to take him, and is supported by an academic bibliography and a 12 page chronology. Mercifully, there is no index.

The other thing that marks this out as ''serious'' rather than ''fun'' is that, in the original stories, the character who becomes Marlowe either has no name, or has a different name. In subsequent republications (authorised by Chandler), they all become Marlowe. This book sticks to the original published version, so that the first one that is about Marlowe is Trouble is my business, 1,000 pages in.

There''s no doubt in my mind that Chandler created great literature, and he did this in the awareness not only of Holmes and Spade, but also of TS Eliot and other literary figures. But my feeling is that this Everyman collection just takes a little bit too much of the fun out of it.

Nonetheless, Bayley''s introduction is very insightful, and there is no other convenient way of acquiring all of the short stories.

Definitely one for the completists. If that''s not you, then you might want to read the two Penguin collections, Killer in the Rain: "The Man Who Liked Dogs"; "The Curtain"; "Try the Girl"; "Mandarin''s Jade"; "Bay City Blues"; "The Lady in the Lake"; "No Crime in the Mountains" and Trouble is My Business , which will give you most of the stories in a more compact form that also matches the current Penguin collection.
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pure, original Chandler
Reviewed in France on April 4, 2013
Avec de longues interruptions (mais du plaisir toujours retrouve), ca fait plus de 20 ans que je (re)lis Chandler. Collected Stories, que je viens d’acheter, est ma premiere version originale et j’en suis content. J’avais deja parcouru 2 traductions differentes, ayant...See more
Avec de longues interruptions (mais du plaisir toujours retrouve), ca fait plus de 20 ans que je (re)lis Chandler. Collected Stories, que je viens d’acheter, est ma premiere version originale et j’en suis content. J’avais deja parcouru 2 traductions differentes, ayant conserve (selon les commentaires en couverture / autant que possible) l’inegalable style de l’auteur. Fort probable, autrement il ne m’aurait pas autant plu. Mais si vous parlez sa langue et aimez Raymond Chandler, offrez vous le challenge linguistique/ludique de le lire en anglais et vous n’en serez pas deçus. Pour les bibliophiles, cette edition rare a le merite d’avoir mis ensemble toutes ses nouvelles. Depuis des annees, existent un ‘’prix Raymond Chandler’’ pour les auteurs de nouveaux romans policiers et des comparaisons laudatives genre ‘’c’est du pur (?) Chandler’’. Eh bien, Collected Stories est du 100% Chandler.
Avec de longues interruptions (mais du plaisir toujours retrouve), ca fait plus de 20 ans que je (re)lis Chandler. Collected Stories, que je viens d’acheter, est ma premiere version originale et j’en suis content. J’avais deja parcouru 2 traductions differentes, ayant conserve (selon les commentaires en couverture / autant que possible) l’inegalable style de l’auteur. Fort probable, autrement il ne m’aurait pas autant plu. Mais si vous parlez sa langue et aimez Raymond Chandler, offrez vous le challenge linguistique/ludique de le lire en anglais et vous n’en serez pas deçus. Pour les bibliophiles, cette edition rare a le merite d’avoir mis ensemble toutes ses nouvelles. Depuis des annees, existent un ‘’prix Raymond Chandler’’ pour les auteurs de nouveaux romans policiers et des comparaisons laudatives genre ‘’c’est du pur (?) Chandler’’. Eh bien, Collected Stories est du 100% Chandler.
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Que lire, après Chandler ?
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Tout Chandler mérite d''être lu, en américain dans le texte. Les autres grands noms du roman noir américain font quand même un peu pâle figure à côté, ou plutôt : un cran en dessous. Après Chandler, il faut changer d''époque, direction Ellroy et Mc Carthy. Ou alors, reprendre...See more
Tout Chandler mérite d''être lu, en américain dans le texte. Les autres grands noms du roman noir américain font quand même un peu pâle figure à côté, ou plutôt : un cran en dessous. Après Chandler, il faut changer d''époque, direction Ellroy et Mc Carthy. Ou alors, reprendre tout ses romans, l''un après l''autre, chronologiquement, jusqu''à "the Long Goodbye" (le plus décrié mais sur certains points de vue le meilleur)... Bref, après Chandler, laisser reposer des mois, puis relire Chandler. Tout Chandler.
Tout Chandler mérite d''être lu, en américain dans le texte. Les autres grands noms du roman noir américain font quand même un peu pâle figure à côté, ou plutôt : un cran en dessous. Après Chandler, il faut changer d''époque, direction Ellroy et Mc Carthy. Ou alors, reprendre tout ses romans, l''un après l''autre, chronologiquement, jusqu''à "the Long Goodbye" (le plus décrié mais sur certains points de vue le meilleur)... Bref, après Chandler, laisser reposer des mois, puis relire Chandler. Tout Chandler.
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Have always been a big fan of detective stories. Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie stories, and Raymond Chandler writings.
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