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Philip Kerr's Bernie Gunther series is a pure joy.
The finale is a great surprise, as Gunther plays the post-war German secret service against the French SDECE and the American CIA.
An excellent work of fiction packed with historical facts about the post war period in Germany that most of us know little about.
Although the plot is uneven and a bit contrived, Field Gray reminds one that not only history but also morality are often written by the victors or by those "fortunate" enough... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Paul Converse
I have read all the previous books, this one is one of the best. Emotions, encounters, doubts , very well written as wellPublished 1 month ago by Bouleke
Very well done. Like early LeCarre, but even more morally ambiguous and gray. Jumps across much of Bernie Gunther's life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve P in SLC
Do not read this book first. This book ties up the loose ends, fills the gaps, and pads the outline of Bernie Gunther's life that we've followed through all the previous books. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John A. Lefcourte
Assuming the author's back stories reflect reality this book enlightened me on mid-level soldierso The Reich and the Russian hatred taken out on the German POWs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Neil M. Lawrence II
Great entry in Bernie Gunther's life story. I actually started with this book and then went back and read the others. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Glenn A. Hendricks