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A very interesting story on nazi Germany mingled with the misadventures of detective Gunther. Unexpected ending. I liked it a lot.Published 26 days ago by JLTRAVA
I quite enjoyed this story of a detective in Berlin in 1934. However, I found the smart remarks by the detective to be somewhat irritating. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Howard
Bernie Gunther is one of my favorite characters, and this is a good reason why. Set in Berlin, Bernie is a shining knight in the face of Nazi corruption and depravity. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JM Harvey
A good read! Bernie Gunther is a very interesting character and the historical background which the story is set against is quite accurate.Published 3 months ago by Douglas R. Fitz
I read all of the Bernie Gunther books and this is a very good one. It starts in Berlin well before the 1936 Olympics and, as usual, the author demonstrates his excellent knowledge... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Charles Kovacs
This, the sixth in the Bernie Gunther series of detective thrillers by Philip Kerr, follows on from German ex-detective Gunther having sought exile in Argentina. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dr. R. Brandon
The continuing saga of Bernie...he survived the big one, now he's living large in the tropics...Cuba just before the revolution. Read morePublished 4 months ago by gonzeaux