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'March Violets' by Philip Kerr

‘Bernhard Gunther is a private eye, specialising in missing persons. And in Hitler’s Berlin, he’s never short of work…
Winter 1936. A man and his wife have been shot dead in their bed.
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#Διαγωνισμός #Κλήρωση για το βιβλίο “Η άλλη πλευρά της σιωπής” από τον Philip Kerr

#Κλήρωση #Διαγωνισμός

Το Chill and read​ χαρίζει δύο αντίτυπα του βιβλίου “Η άλλη πλευρά της σιωπής” του Philip Kerr, προσφορά από τις Εκδόσεις Κέδρος.

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The Butchers Of Berlin: a rare DNF

It’s not often that I buy an actual paperback book – a proper thing with pages, not an ethereal ebook – and then give up on it halfway through. 374 more words

Book Reviews

Tangled in History and Art

Monday Morning Musings:

“We always did feel the same
We just saw it from a different point
Of view
Tangled up in blue”

–Bob Dylan, “Tangled Up in Blue”

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Review: A Quiet Flame - Philip Kerr

5 of 5 stars

My version: Paperback
Historical Fiction WWII, post war

Argentina, 1950.

Bernie Gunther arrives in Buenos Aires only to be caught up in the hunt for a killer. 572 more words


Back Again! Philip Kerr, Daphne du Maurier, and Plenty of Self-Promotion

Been quiet around here, as I was in Canada for four weeks recuperating from life and seeing friends and family.

I also did some reading, though never as much as I’d like to (maybe when my daughter is a little older). 519 more words

Bernie Gunther, post-war

I’ve stayed away from Philip Kerr‘s crime novels. This wasn’t because I doubted the universally positive judgment of readers and reviewers as to the excellence of the writing or the depths of the character, Bernie Gunther, but more because you get too much Nazi history in real life, even in 2017, without having to turn to fiction for it. 124 more words