The Hotel Sans Souci
This location is a place where people go to get away; maybe for an hour, maybe longer. Given the looks of the interior and the age of an employee, it has been in the neighborhood for quite a long time.
Lindsay Marriott's House
This location is in an upscale section of town, near the water. It's well-decorated and features a grand piano with a piece of peach velvet atop the piano.
Jules Amthor's Octagonal Room
This location has a room draped from floor to ceiling in black velvet. The room contains a milk white globe on a black stand in the center of a white octagonal table.
Anne's Riordan's Apartment
This location is decorated in a rather masculine way, and the protagonist of the novel says it is the sort of place a man could get used to coming home to each day.
Philip Marlowe's Office
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