The Lady From Zagreb by Philip KerrThe Lady From Zagreb by Philip Kerr

The Lady From Zagreb

byPhilip KerrRead byJohn Lee

Audio Book (CD) | April 7, 2015

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From  New York Times–bestselling author Philip Kerr, the much-anticipated return of Bernie Gunther in a series hailed by Malcolm Forbes as “the best crime novels around today.”
 
A beautiful actress, a rising star of the giant German film company UFA, now controlled by the Propaganda Ministry. The very clever, very dangerous Propaganda Minister—close confidant of Hitler, an ambitious schemer and flagrant libertine. And Bernie Gunther, former Berlin homicide bull, now forced to do favors for Joseph Goebbels at the Propaganda Minister’s command.

This time, the favor is personal. And this time, nothing is what it seems.

Set down amid the killing fields of Ustashe-controlled Croatia, Bernie finds himself in a world of mindless brutality where everyone has a hidden agenda. Perfect territory for a true cynic whose instinct is to trust no one.
Philip Kerr is the author of nine widely acclaimed Bernie Gunter novels, most recently The Man Without Breath. Field Gray, the seventh in the series, was a finalist for the 2012 Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award for Best Novel.  Kerr has also been a finalist for the Shamus Award for Best Hardcover Fiction and he won the British Cr...
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Title:The Lady From ZagrebFormat:Audio Book (CD)Dimensions:5.91 × 5.05 × 1.1 inPublished:April 7, 2015Publisher:Penguin Random House Audio Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1611764491

ISBN - 13:9781611764499

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Praise for Philip Kerr“Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler.” —Jonathan Ames, Salon “Bernie isn’t one of those detectives who gets to solve crimes and put things right. Instead, he just tries to behave decently in a world where the serial killers run the governments and history itself may be the biggest crime of all.” —John Powers, NPR’s “Fresh Air” “On any continent, in any decade, no one does melancholy better than Bernie Gunther, and melancholy, after all, is the hard-boiled mystery fan’s emotion of choice.” —Booklist