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  Munseys: No Orchids for Miss Blandish

No Orchids for Miss Blandish

James Hadley Chase
Pulp Fiction
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(By: tularosa)
A gangster thriller steeped in indiscriminate sex and violence. I understand now why it was such a tremendous bestseller in its time (1939), but also why Raymond Chandler thought it was so atrocious. The British author knew nothing of U.S. geography and his attempts to replicate American slang of that period were laughable. Readers of Faulkner's pulpish potboiler, "Sanctuary," will also recognize the plot.

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