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Field Grey summary pdf Field Grey, summary chapter 2 Field Grey, sparknotes Field Grey, Field Grey 21c750d Philip Kerr Delivers A Novel With The Noir Sensibility Of Raymond Chandler, The Realpolitik Of Vintage John Le Carr , And The Dark Moral Vision Of Graham Greene Striding Across Europe Through The Killing Fields Of Three Decades From Riot Torn Berlin In 1931 To Adenauer S Germany In 1954, Awash In Duplicitous Allies Busily Undermining One Another Field Gray Reveals A World Based On Expediency, Where The Ends Justify The Means And No One Can Be Trusted It Brings Us A Hero Who Is Sardonic, Tough Talking, And Cynical, But Who Does Have A Rough Sense Of Humor And A Rougher Sense Of Right And Wrong He S Bernie Gunther He Drinks Too Much And Smokes Excessively And Is Somewhat Overweight But A Russian Prisoner Of War Camp Will Take Care Of Those Bad Habits He S Bernie Gunther A Brave Man, Because When There Is Nothing Left To Lose, Honor Rules Bernie Gunther Is The Most Antiheroic Of Antiheroes In This Gripping, Offbeat Thriller It S The Story Of His Struggle To Preserve What S Left Of His Humanity, And His Life, In A World Where The Moral Bandwidth Is Narrow, Satanic Evil At One End, Cynical Expediency At The Other Philip Caputo, Author Of A Rumor Of War A Thriller That Will Challenge Preconceptions And Stimulate The Little Grey Cells The Times London , Selecting Field Gray As A Thriller Of The Year Part Of The Allure Of These Novels Is That Bernie Is Such An Interesting Creation, A Chandleresque Knight Errant Caught In Insane Historical Surroundings Bernie Walks Down Streets So Mean That Nobody Can Stay Alive And Remain Truly Clean John Powers, Fresh Air NPR Bernie On Bernie I Didn T Like Bernhard Gunther Very Much He Was Cynical And World Weary And Hardly Had A Good Word To Say About Anyone, Least Of All Himself He D Had A Pretty Tough War And Done Quite A Few Things Of Which He Wasn T Proud It Had Been No Picnic For Him Since Then Either It Didn T Seem To Matter Where He Spread Life S Tartan Rug, There Was Always A Turd On The Grass.

  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • Field Grey
  • Philip Kerr
  • English
  • 21 October 2019
  • 9780399157417

About the Author: Philip Kerr

P.B Kerr Librarian s note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.