File - This 1946 file photo shows mystery novelist and screenwriter Raymond Chandler. (AP Photo)
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A newly discovered Raymond Chandler story has everything from an indictment of the medical industry to some mysterious scribble.The story appears in the holiday edition of The Strand Magazine and comes with an author's note from Chandler and a puzzler for readers. The Strand's layout includes handwritten comments by Chandler at the bottom of the manuscript, so illegible the magazine is asking for help. Instead of "cynicism and wit," the kind immortalized by Humphrey Bogart in the film adaptation of "The Big Sleep," Trott writes that "It's All Right" has a tone "bordering on sinister" as Chandler assails the doctor. She notes that Chandler had lived in England and likely found the British health care system far more humane.
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