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This image features artwork from pulp artist Albert Drake for Exciting Detective Magazine, April, 1942

Flame Noir Find-A-Quote Puzzle No. 2 – FREE!

Print and play Flame Noir Find-A-Quote No. 2 for free. This installment features a classic example of the gritty but charming humor commonly found in hardboiled detective novels of the 1930s and 40s. From Raymond Chandler’s full-length novel, “Farewell My Lovely” (published 1940), we offer this Philip Marlowe classic: “It was a blonde. A blonde to make a bishop kick a hole in a stained-glass window”. Enjoy!

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This image features artwork from pulp artist Albert Drake for FBI Detective Magazine, February, 1949

Flame Noir Find-A-Quote Puzzle No. 1 – FREE!

Print and play Flame Noir Find-A-Quote No. 1 for free. This installment features a witty quote from the Nick and Nora Charles classic detective novel, “The Thin Man”, by Dashiell Hammett, (published 1933). “The problem with putting two and two together is that sometimes you get four, and sometimes you get twenty-two”. Enjoy!

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