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BOOK REVIEW

From Berlin to Havana, Kerr’s private eye is on the case

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / March 23, 2010

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Detective novels are about who , how , and why . Philip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther series is also about where and when . “If the Dead Rise Not,’’ Kerr’s sixth novel about Gunther, returns him to his old stamping grounds, Berlin in the 1930s, then jumps ahead to a place he’s never been, Batista-era Havana. (Full article: 619 words)

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