Jim, you are correct in your observations, but I was referring to his
personality, attitude and modus operandi as presented by Dewey. I find
Mac very distant from Marlowe, and his detachment and methodical
investigating remind me of the Op. No romanticism, a fairly distant
attitude, attention to detail. One obvious trait that Mac shares with
Marlowe is his integrity.
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