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The Lady from Zagreb

Written by Philip Kerr — The German policeman Bernie Gunther returns for his 10th outing. Fans of the series will know that the books are not in a chronological sequence and that Kerr has positioned Gunther as a man who served in World War I and II, and survived…
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A Man Without Breath

When David Prestidge reviewed the latest from Philip Kerr earlier this year, he called it “a modern masterpiece”. Central character Bernie Gunther is a cynical German cop. He has experienced hell on earth in The Great War, but the German invasion of Russia in 1941…
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A Man Without Breath

Written by Philip Kerr — Bernie Gunther is a cynical, tough German cop. A veteran of The Great War, he has experienced hell on earth, but the German invasion of Russia in 1941 has triggered another armageddon in this, the ninth novel in the series…
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Dinner with Philip Kerr

London-based fans of the crime author Philip Kerr are in for a treat this week. The author, who rarely appears publicly, is to host a dinner at Hardy’s Brasserie in Marylebone. It starts at 7pm on Thursday 7 February and tickets are £40 including a…
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The Bernie Gunther novels by Philip Kerr

Philip Kerr’s Berlin Noir series was published between 1989 and 1991, and introduced the world to Bernie Gunther. Strangely, it wasn’t until 2006 that the books March Violets, The Pale Criminal and A German Requiem were followed up with The One from the Other, and…
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