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Review - The Lady From Zagreb by Philip Kerr

Seamlessly blending historical fact with thrilling fiction, THE LADY FROM ZAGREB plunges Bernie Gunther deep into morally ambiguous waters, as the Nazi-hater is drafted into a scheme by Goebbels, the Minister of Truth and Propaganda, to entice Dalia Dresner, a young actress, into resuming her filmmaking career. 255 more words

Crime Fiction

The Winter Horses by Philip Kerr

Publisher:  Walker Books  |  Publication date: 2nd October 2014  |  Edition: Hardback (Paperback now out 1st January 2015)

Such an innocent title, and yet this powerful story of courage and friendship knocked the wind right out of me. 459 more words

Read & Reviewed

Reading diary, #6

Reading catch-up time, before It Doesn’t Have To Be Right… turns into a film blog. Now that A Prospect of War and All That Outer Space Allows… 1,304 more words


Early Morning Reading - Asali Solomon and Philip Kerr 

I’m reading Asali Solomon, author of the new novel DISGRUNTLED and Philip Kerr, author of the new novel THE LADY FROM ZAGRED.

I’ll be interviewing Asali live on KAZI Book Review Sunday at 12:30pm on KAZI 88.7FM along with Tim Staley, executive director of the Austin Public Library Foundation. 62 more words

KAZI Interview

Moments in the Culture

This post by (apparently) a professor at a British university highlights some of the aspects of Utopia of Rules that I found most striking. It also draws attention to a… 344 more words


Everyone Knows Football Is A Matter Of Life And Death. But This Time, It's Murder

“Scott Manson is team coach for London City football club.

He’s also their all-round fixer – he gets the lads into training and out of trouble, keeps the WAGs at bay and the press in his pocket. 493 more words


"Publishers Weekly" Names "A Scourge of Vipers" A Pick of the Week

Publishers Weekly, the bible of the book-publishing biz, just named my latest hard-boiled crime novel, A Scourge of Vipers, one of its “picks of the week” for April 6. 230 more words