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Die Berlin Trilogie - Philip Kerr, Hans J. Schütz
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Die Berlin Trilogie
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ISBN: 9783499236891 (3499236893)
Publisher: Rowohlt-Taschenbuch-Verl.
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Bernard Gunther (#1)
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spocksbro rated it
0.0 Oh, Lord, spare me the overwrought metaphor!
Couldn’t finish. Let me explain: I’m not a devoted fan of the mystery genre though I’m thankful to GoodReads for introducing me to some worthy authors in that field that I would otherwise never have read. In the normal course of affairs, I probably would not have picked this book up even though th...
Toni rated it
5.0 "Berlin Noir", by Philip Kerr
This is a collection of the first three novels in the Bernhard Gunther series that were written between 1989 and 1991 and were published together in 1993 under the title “Berlin Noir”. Detailed in it are the earlier adventures of Bernhard Gunther, a private detective who specialized in missing perso...
EricCWelch rated it
In the last of the trilogy, Berlin Noir, (Pale Criminal and March Violets) it’s 1948, Berlin is a mess, and Bernie is hired by a former colleague, Becker, to come to to discover who might really have killed a Captain Linden, an American counterintelligence officer. Becker is in jail awaiting tr...
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5.0 Berlin Noir: March Violets; The Pale Criminal; A German Requiem
In one big paperback you get the complete Berlin trilogy: March Violets; The Pale Criminal and A German Requiem. This is noir at its best. Taking his cues from Chandler but making them its own, Kerr takes us into Berlin, 1936. Summer Olympics. Bernhard Gunther, ex-cop, now a private detective mostly...
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