Field Gray

Philip Kerr, Author
Philip Kerr, Putnam/Marian Wood, $25.95 (448p) ISBN 978-0-399-15741-7
Hardcover - 645 pages - 978-1-4104-3777-8
Paperback - 464 pages - 978-0-14-312072-8
Downloadable Audio - 978-1-4618-2527-2
Ebook - 448 pages - 978-1-101-50441-3
Paperback - 978-0-399-18766-7
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Bernie Gunther's past catches up with him in Kerr's outstanding seventh novel featuring the tough anti-Nazi Berlin PI who survived the Nazi regime (after If the Dead Rise Not). In 1954, Bernie is living quietly in Cuba, doing a little work for underworld boss Meyer Lansky, when he runs afoul of the U.S. Navy and lands in prison in Guantánamo. Later, at an army prison in New York City, FBI agents ask him about his service in WWII, in particular as a member of an SS police battalion on the Eastern Front. Another transfer sends him to Germany's Landsberg Prison, where Hitler was imprisoned in 1923. Officials from various governments question and torture him, but grimly amusing Bernie, who's smarter than any of his interrogators, successfully strings each one of them along. Vivid flashbacks chronicle Bernie's harrowing war experiences. Series aficionados and new readers alike will take comfort knowing that Kerr is hard at work on the next installment. Author tour. (Apr.)
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