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  • Interesting. I wonder how this impacts the likelihood of us ever seeing Bernie on the big (or little) screen. On the one hand, how many movies about a German detective in the 20's and thirties could there be an appetite for? On the other, if Berlin …
  • Would it be possible to remove the reference "Gunther murders Reles to protect his daughter."? The timeline is complete without it, and avoids a MAJOR spoiler to anyone reading the timeline.
  • There's a blurb from Slate.com on the back of my copy of A Quiet Flame that reads, "So utterly, unexpectedly spellbinding I want to put a gun to Kerr's head and force him to stop writing any other kind of book." I'm kind of in agreement. I've never …
  • Not a review exactly, as I am only about a third of the way through A Quiet Flame, but I found this article in today's paper timely: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the_americas/hidden-trove-of-suspected-nazi-artifacts-found-in-argentina/2017…
  • For me, it's down to Michael Fassbender, Thomas Kretschmann or Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. I've always heard Bernie's voice as Fassbender's ever since I picked up Berlin Noir, but all three would be more than capable of conveying Bernie's rugged, no-bull…