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Philip Kerr: Die Hand Gottes

Philip Kerrs Besuch im Vorjahr bei der Kriminacht in Wien war für mich ein Highlight. Dort las er aus seinem ersten Fußball-Krimi “Der Wintertransfer”. Kerr ist es mit seinen Büchern jedenfalls gelungen, meine deutlich erkaltete Liebe zum Fußball wieder zu erwecken. 147 more words


WW2 Historical Crime Fiction - (5) A Man Without Breath

Philip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther novels bestride the 20th century, from the rise of the Nazis in 1930s Germany to the post war period when many countries still sheltered mysterious German gentlemen whose collective past has been, of necessity, reinvented. 525 more words


Currently Reading: Berlin Noir 

Berlin Noir by Philip Kerr. I picked this up years ago for  $10.00 because the cover intrigued me and is set in Nazi Germany.

It’s an entire trilogy in one book. 48 more words


False Nine by Philip Kerr

After the events of the previous book, Hand of God, Scott Manson has found himself out of work and looking for a new managerial position. 330 more words

Book review - 'The Lady From Zagreb' by Philip Kerr

Summer 1942. When Bernie Gunther is ordered to speak at an international police conference, an old acquaintance has a favour to ask. Little does Bernie suspect what this simple surveillance task will provoke . 530 more words


Jess Walter on Beautiful Ruins and Other Stuff

Credit: Robert Birnbaum

I sit down with the author of The Financial Lives of the Poets to talk about his latest novel, how to survive in Hollywood, the ins and outs of contemporary publishing, and that unheralded Paris of the Northwest, Spokane. 8,502 more words

Hand of God by Philip Kerr

Competing in the Champions League should be one of the highlights of a manager’s career. Indeed for Scott Manson, manager of London City, the match against Olympiacos in Athens is one that he will never forget – unfortunately it will be for all the wrong reasons. 287 more words