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Prussian Blue: murder at the Berghof

It’s 1939 at the Berghof. A Nazi apparatchik just got shot – on the terrace where Hitler takes his tea! When I picked up the 12th book in the Bernie Gunther series I was fully prepared to report that the modern thrillers aren’t a patch on the original Berlin Noir trilogy. 421 more words

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On My Nightstand

In the spirit of blogging more often I’m sharing a snapshot of my nightstand as it looks now. I’m way behind on my reading. I’m not even going to mention what’s waiting for me on my kindle. 184 more words


Review: The One From The Other - Philip Kerr

5 of 5 stars

Series: Bernie Gunther 4

My version: Paperback
Fiction Post war
Quercus Books

Munich, 1949

Amid the chaos of defeat, Germany is home to all the backstabbing intrigue that prospers in the aftermath of war. 431 more words


Book Review - A Quiet Flame

A Quiet Flame

Philip Kerr


I think something happened to Germany after the Great War. You could see it on the streets of Berlin. 1,789 more words


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


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