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Titre The other side of silence / Philip Kerr.
Auteur Kerr, Philip
Éditeur New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2016.
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Collection A Bernie Gunther novel
Kerr, Philip, 1956- . Bernie Gunther novel.
Genre Detective and mystery fiction
Sujet anglais Spy fiction
Gunther, Bernhard (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Secret service -- Fiction
Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Fiction.
France -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction.
Riviera (France) -- Fiction.
Genre Romans policiers
Romans d'espionnage
Sujet français Gunther, Bernhard (Personnage fictif) -- Romans, nouvelles, etc.
Service secret -- Romans, nouvelles, etc.
Allemagne -- Histoire -- 1933-1945 -- Romans, nouvelles, etc.
France -- Histoire -- 20e siècle -- Romans, nouvelles, etc.
Côte d'Azur (France) -- Romans, nouvelles, etc.
Description 400 pages ; 24 cm.
Note locale RA 2017-10-28
Note A Marian Wood Book.
Résumé "From New York Times-bestselling author Philip Kerr, the much anticipated return of Bernie Gunther in a series hailed by The Daily Beast as "the best crime novels around today." Once I'd been a good detective in Kripo, but that was a while ago, before the criminals wore smart gray uniforms and nearly everyone locked up was innocent." Being a Berlin cop in 1942 was a little like putting down mousetraps in a cage full of tigers. The war is over. Bernie Gunther, our sardonic former Berlin homicide detective and unwilling SS officer, is now living on the French Riviera. It is 1956 and Bernie is the go-to guy at the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, the man you turn to for touring tips or if you need a fourth for bridge. As it happens, a local writer needs just that, someone to fill the fourth seat in a regular game that is the usual evening diversion at the Villa Mauresque. Not just any writer. Perhaps the richest and most famous living writer in the world: W. Somerset Maugham. And it turns out it is not just a bridge partner that he needs; it's some professional advice. Maugham is being blackmailed--perhaps because of his unorthodox lifestyle. Or perhaps because of something in his past, because once upon a time, Maugham worked for the British secret service, and the people now blackmailing him are spies. As Gunther fans know, all roads lead back to the viper's nest that was Hitler's Third Reich and to the killing fields that spread like a disease across Europe. Even in 1956, peace has not come to the continent: now the Soviets have the H-bomb and spies from every major power feel free to make all of Europe their personal playground"-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9780399177040 (hardcover)
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