Philip Kerr on Field Gray

Friday, April 15, 2011

Novelist Philip Kerr talks about his noir thriller Field Gray. The novel is set in Europe over three decades—from Berlin in 1931 to Adenauer's Germany in 1954— which has become a place awash in duplicitous "allies" constantly undermining one another, and follows the sardonic, tough-talking Bernie Gunther.


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Comments [2]

Vincent Domeraski

Re: previous comment. I know he has several digital editions out, bu I'd like to start reading Mr. Kerr's early books on my Kindle.

Apr. 15 2011 12:55 PM
Vincent Domeraski

Please ask Mr. Kerr to urge his publisher to go digital as well as paper.

Apr. 15 2011 12:49 PM

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