Raymond Chandler (1888 – 1959) Selected Bibliography and Spanish Titles

A friend of mine has asked me if I could provide him the Spanish titles of Chandler’s work. For this reason, I repeat here my previous post, together with the titles in Spanish. The titles were taken from the Spanish editions by RBA Publishers,Todo Marlowe and Todos los cuentos; they may differ from other editions. 

Un amigo mío me ha preguntado si le podía proporcionar los títulos en español de la obra de Chandler. Por esta razón, repito aquí mi post anterior, junto con los títulos en español. Los títulos fueron tomadas de las ediciones en español de RBA Editores, Todo Marlowe y Todos los cuentos; que pueden diferir de otras ediciones.


  • The Big Sleep. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1939; London: Hamish Hamilton, 1939. El sueño eterno
  • Farewell, My Lovely. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1940; London: Hamish Hamilton, 1940. Adiós, muñeca
  • The High Window. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1942; London: Hamish Hamilton, 1943. La ventana alta
  • The Lady in the Lake. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1943; London: Hamish Hamilton, 1944. La dama del lago
  • The Little Sister. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1949; Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1949. La hermana pequeña
  • The Long Goodbye. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1953; Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1954. El largo adiós
  • Playback. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1958; Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1958. Playback

Short Fiction

  • ‘Blackmailers Don’t Shoot’. Black Mask, December 1933 Los chantajistas no matan
  • ‘Smart-Aleck Kill’. Black Mask, July 1934. Pasarse de listo
  • ‘Finger Man’. Black Mask, October 1934. El chivato
  • ‘Killer in the Rain’. Black Mask, January 1935. Un asesino en la lluvia
  • ‘Nevada Gas’. Black Mask, June 1935. Gas de Nevada
  • ‘Spanish Blood’. Black Mask, November 1935. Sangre española
  • ‘Guns at Cyrano’s’. Black Mask, January 1936. Pistolas en Cyrano’s
  • ‘The Man Who Liked Dogs’. Black Mask, March 1936. El hombre al que le gustaban los perros
  • ‘Noon Street Nemesis’ (republished as ‘Pickup on Noon Street’). Detective Fiction Weekly, May 30, 1936. Recogida en la calle Noon
  • ‘Goldfish’. Black Mask, June 1936. Peces de colores
  • ‘The Curtain’. Black Mask, September 1936. Telón
  • ‘Try the Girl’. Black Mask, January 1937. Prueba con la chica
  • ‘Mandarin’s Jade’. Dime Detective Magazine, November 1937. El jade del mandarín
  • ‘Red Wind’. Dime Detective Magazine, January 1938. Viento rojo
  • ‘The King in Yellow’. Dime Detective Magazine, March 1938. El rey del amarillo
  • ‘Bay City Blues’. Dime Detective Magazine, June 1938. Los blues de Bay City
  • ‘The Lady in the Lake’. Dime Detective Magazine, January 1939. La dama del lago
  • ‘Pearls Are a Nuisance’. Dime Detective Magazine, April 1939. La perlas son una molestia
  • ‘Trouble Is My Business’. Dime Detective Magazine, August 1939. Mi negocio son los problemas
  • ‘I’ll Be Waiting’. Saturday Evening Post, October 14, 1939. Estaré esperando
  • ‘The Bronze Door’. Unknown Magazine, November 1939. La puerta de bronce
  • ‘No Crime in the Mountains’. Detective Story, September 1941. No hay crímenes en las montañas
  • ‘Professor Bingo’s Snuff’. Park East, June-August 1951; Go, June-July 1951. El rapé del profesor Bingo
  • ‘Marlowe Takes on the Syndicate’. London Daily Mail, April 6-10 1959, also published as ‘The Wrong Pidgeon’. Manhunt, February 1961. Reprinted as ‘The Pencil’, Argosy, September 1965; and “Philip Marlowe’s Last Case”, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, January 1962. El lápiz
  • ‘English Summer’. First published posthumously in The Notebooks of Raymond Chandler and English Summer: A Gothic Romance by Raymond Chandler, ed. Frank MacShane, The Ecco Press, New York, 1976. Verano inglés

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