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Philip Marlowe’s last case? Only to Sleep, by Lawrence Osborne, reviewed

15 September 2018

9:00 AM

15 September 2018

9:00 AM

Only to Sleep is the third Philip Marlowe novel written by someone other than Raymond Chandler and while the authors of Perchance to Dream and The Black-Eyed Blonde both found freedom to play with Marlowe and explore his potential, it is Lawrence Osborne who has run the furthest with the source material.

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