Good but no show stopper,
This review is from: Daylight Noir: Raymond Chandler's Imagined City (Paperback)
Even when you are familiar with the high cover prices of coffee-table books around art and photography topics, this one seems to have a hefty tag for a 126 page paperback that is eight inches square and totally monochrome.
Sure, black and white is appropriate to the subject matter and title and yet I never did overcome a slight feeling of disappointment.
Production, presentation and print standards are all high but still ... it left me feeling that there should be more.
Otherwise I agree with all that the earlier reviewer said, so perhaps I'm just out of touch with prices.
Footnote: It amuses me that, not so long ago, one could buy expensive tilting-front cameras to avoid converging verticals when picturing tall buildings. Ms Gorman didn't buy one and doesn't care!