Marlowe: la hermana pequena

by Michael Lark

Public Square Books | August 25, 2005 | Trade Paperback | Spanish

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When private detective Philip Marlowe's latest client, Orfamay Quest, hires him to find her missing brother for the paltry sum of twenty dollars, Marlowe discovers that it's far from a simple missing persons case. Not when it involves mobsters, blackmail, beautiful women ... and murders. Lark's impressive comics adaptation of Chandler's archetypal hardboiled detective novel integrates the best of the latter's classic tough-guy dialogue and feverishly intricate plotting with Lark's stylishly noir illustrations. --Publisher's Weekly

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 136 pages, 3.98 × 2.73 × 0.11 in

Published: August 25, 2005

Publisher: Public Square Books

Language: Spanish

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1594971447

ISBN - 13: 9781594971440

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Marlowe: la hermana pequena

Marlowe: la hermana pequena

by Michael Lark

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 136 pages, 3.98 × 2.73 × 0.11 in

Published: August 25, 2005

Publisher: Public Square Books

Language: Spanish

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1594971447

ISBN - 13: 9781594971440

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When private detective Philip Marlowe's latest client, Orfamay Quest, hires him to find her missing brother for the paltry sum of twenty dollars, Marlowe discovers that it's far from a simple missing persons case. Not when it involves mobsters, blackmail, beautiful women ... and murders. Lark's impressive comics adaptation of Chandler's archetypal hardboiled detective novel integrates the best of the latter's classic tough-guy dialogue and feverishly intricate plotting with Lark's stylishly noir illustrations. --Publisher's Weekly