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Prussian Blue by Philip Kerr

The Blurb On The Back:

France, 1956.  Bernie Gunther is on the run.  If there’s one thing he’s learned, it’s never to refuse a job from a high-ranking secret policeman.  557 more words

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Book Review: The One from the Other (Philip Kerr)

The One from the Other

2006

Philip Kerr

Detective work is a little like walking into a movie that’s already started. You don’t know what’s happened already and, as you try to find your way in the dark, it’s inevitable that you’re going to stand on someone’s toes…” 1,320 more words

Crime

The Pale Criminal: back to Berlin Noir

Philip Kerr wrote his original Berlin Noir trilogy nearly three decades ago, and it’s been about that long since I last read them. The Pale Criminal is the second in the series and only its brevity suggests that it’s a much older book than the current, long-running series centred around Bernie Gunther… 395 more words

Book Reviews

Hello, Mr Kerr? David Downing here...

Well, here’s a thing.

I finally decided to mop up some early Philip Kerr titles and get stuck into #4, A Quiet Flame.

Nowhere to be found. 624 more words

Book Stuff

A German Requiem by Philip Kerr

The Blurb On The Back:

In the bitter winter of 1947, as the Russian Zone closes around the ruined city, Berliners live on fear and dubiously earned PX goods. 565 more words

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The Pale Criminal by Philip Kerr

The Blurb On The Back:

It is September 1938. In a sweltering heat wave, the German people anxiously await the outcome of the Munich conference, wondering if the Fuhrer will plunge Europe into another war. 539 more words

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