The Lady from Zagreb (A Bernie Gunther Novel)

The Lady from Zagreb (A Bernie Gunther Novel)

Philip Kerr


From  New York Times–bestselling writer Philip Kerr, the much-anticipated go back of Bernie Gunther in a chain hailed via Malcolm Forbes as “the most sensible crime novels round today.”
 
A appealing actress, a emerging celebrity of the enormous German movie corporation UFA, now managed via the Propaganda Ministry. The very shrewdpermanent, very harmful Propaganda Minister—close confidant of Hitler, an bold schemer and flagrant libertine. And Bernie Gunther, former Berlin murder bull, now compelled to do favors for Joseph Goebbels on the Propaganda Minister’s command.

This time, the want is own. And this time, not anything is what it seems.

Set down amid the killing fields of Ustashe-controlled Croatia, Bernie reveals himself in a global of senseless brutality the place every body has a hidden time table. ideal territory for a real cynic whose intuition is to belief no one.

Nominated for the Edgar Award for Best Novel 2015

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