By Philip Kerr
Philip Kerr’s Berlin Noir trilogy—featuring the harsh, fast-talking, noirish detective Bernie Gunther—is a publishing phenomenon that keeps to win new enthusiasts greater than fifteen years after its preliminary book. Kerr has introduced Bernie again in a hugely expected mystery that may pride enthusiasts of the unique books and allure new recognition to the backlist. it's 1949 and—after being pressured to serve within the SS within the killing fields of Ukraine—Bernie has moved to Munich to reestablish himself as a personal investigator. whilst the gorgeous Frau Britta Warzok hires him for an it seems that uncomplicated task, Bernie’s suspicions flare however the funds is just too solid to show down. quickly, Bernie is at the run, simply because in a defeated and divided Germany, it’s difficult to grasp pals from enemies, the single from the opposite.