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Bernie Gunther: "The most extraordinarily impertinent fellow [you've] ever met"

 The Lady from Zagreb written by Philip Kerr and published by Quercus Books. ISBN 9781782065814. Available from April 7th, 2015 at £18.99.

Bernie Gunther: ‘The most extraordinarily impertinent fellow ever met’. 385 more words

Crime Fiction

In the Beginning I Misunderstood*

An interesting post from Moira at Clothes in Books has got me thinking about book titles. And while I’m mentioning that excellent blog, let me encourage you to pay it a visit. 1,304 more words


Translation: four reasons to use translation in language learning

We’ve all seen how bad translations can be when they’re done word-for-word. Signs posted around the world give us messages like ‘If you are stolen, call the police at once’ and ‘Please do not empty your dog here’. 1,005 more words

Philip Kerr

Research By Philip Kerr Review (3.5/5)

This review was initially published in August 2014 on another website. I’m adding it here for easy access.

This novel is told from the perspectives of two characters; John and Don. 655 more words


How it works


by Philip Kerr

Purpose of this document

1. This document is just a summary of the “big picture”.

2. MI5 have been harassing me unlawfully, in various ways, for more than eleven years now. 1,679 more words

Anthony Barraclough

A review of Philip Kerr's "Prayer."

Philip Kerr is an established thriller writer, probably best known currently for his Bernie Gunther crime thrillers.  However, he has also written science fiction thrillers, for example ‘Gridiron,’ about a homicidal AI skyscraper, and ‘The Second Angel,’ a bank heist on the moon.  469 more words

Book Reviews

"Prayer" written by Philip Kerr

ARC provided free from NetGalley in return for an honest review.

1 star out of 5

Sadly, I think this novel is Mr Kerr analysing his own religious demons in a very public forum. 20 more words

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