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Review: March Violets by Philip Kerr

The verdict is in!

4 out of 5 Stars

The version I have:
Published by Penguin 2012.

Bought with help from RegionMidt.

The cover picture, is the version I have. 583 more words


A Man Without Breath -- An Excellent Bernie Gunther Novel

I am a big fan of Philip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther series, and A Man Without Breath is an excellent addition to the series.  Bernie Gunther would like to be an ordinary criminal investigator, but the Nazi regime and World War II make that impossible.   175 more words


Kriminacht in Wien: Philip Kerr und der Fußball

Auch die 11. Kriminacht hat wieder einen hochkarätigen internationalen Krimiautor nach Wien gelockt: Den Briten Philip Kerr. Bekannt ist er vor allem für seine Bernie-Gunther-Serie (seine ursprüngliche Berlin-Noir-Trilogie ist mittlerweile auf elf Bände angewachsen). 654 more words


And then it was Sunday

Rubbing shoulders with all these crime writers has made me see the potential for murder everywhere. For instance, the fresh blood spatters in the ladies toilet? 431 more words


The Hotel Detective, He Was Outta Sight*

Have you stayed in any hotels recently? Because of the nature of hotels, all kinds of people may be there, for any number of reasons. Most hotel guests are there temporarily, too. 1,044 more words


Reading diary, #10

I’ve given up on writing actual full-length book reviews on this blog – you know, a post about a single book, covering it in some detail. 1,476 more words


The Winter Horses

There was never any time to read the crime proof by Philip Kerr, several years ago. It looked good, though. And the book survived my culls, simply because I really wanted to read it.  248 more words