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The Lady from Zagreb (Bernie Gunther)

Kerr, Philip

Editorial: U.S.A.: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2015
ISBN 10: 0399167641 / ISBN 13: 9780399167645
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The latest Bernie Gunther from the author who brought you The Berlin Trilogy. The Lady From Zagreb is a dynamite read and this is a beautiful, signed copy. Book is in As New, Unread condition. First Edition, First Printing. Full number line is present. Putnam. 2015. DJ is Mylar-protected, in As New condition and its $26.95 issue price is present. Book has been flat-signed to the tile page by the author. N° de ref. de la librería

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Críticas: Praise for Philip Kerr
"Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler." --Jonathan Ames, "Salon"
"Bernie isn't one of those detectives who gets to solve crimes and put things right. Instead, he just tries to behave decently in a world where the serial killers run the governments and history itself may be the biggest crime of all." --John Powers, NPR's "Fresh Air"
"On any continent, in any decade, no one does melancholy better than Bernie Gunther, and melancholy, after all, is the hard-boiled mystery fan's emotion of choice." --"Booklist"
Praise for "The Lady From Zagreb"
"Kerr does moral ambiguity better than most . . . For setting, character, plot--and the ability to navigate a moral swamp--le Carre has a rival in Kerr."--"Booklist"
Praise for Philip Kerr
"Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler." --Jonathan Ames, "Salon"
"Bernie isn't one of those detectives who gets to solve crimes and put things right. Instead, he just tries to behave decently in a world where the serial killers run the governments and history itself may be the biggest crime of all." --John Powers, NPR's "Fresh Air"
"On any continent, in any decade, no one does melancholy better than Bernie Gunther, and melancholy, after all, is the hard-boiled mystery fan's emotion of choice." --"Booklist"
Praise for "The Lady From Zagreb"
"Kerr does moral ambiguity better than most . . . For setting, character, plot--and the ability to navigate a moral swamp--le CarrE has a rival in Kerr."--"Booklist"
"Although he holds his own among other noted noir authors, such as Jonathan Rabb, David Downing, Alan Furst, and Joseph Kanon, Kerr's magic lies in how he addresses core ethical questions. What is the right conduct while operating within the filthy underbelly of Nazi Germany? How could Kerr's sardonic, tough-talking, anti-Nazi PI survive in a criminal state with his moral integrity and honor intact? Noir devotees, immerse yourselves in the cynical, amoral angst Kerr skillfully portrays."--"Library Journal" (starred review)
"Superlative . . . Kerr combines a murder mystery that Raymond Chandler could have devised with a searing look at the inhumanity of the Nazis and their allies, presented from a unique perspective."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)
"Kerr has become a master at concocting gripping, morally hazy World War II-era crime thrillers full of nuanced players."--"Kirkus Reviews"
Praise for Philip Kerr
"Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler." --Jonathan Ames, "Salon"
"Bernie isn't one of those detectives who gets to solve crimes and put things right. Instead, he just tries to behave decently in a world where the serial killers run the governments and history itself may be the biggest crime of all." --John Powers, NPR's "Fresh Air"
"On any continent, in any decade, no one does melancholy better than Bernie Gunther, and melancholy, after all, is the hard-boiled mystery fan's emotion of choice." --"Booklist"

Praise for "The Lady From Zagreb"
"The great thing about these novels is they don't feel researched, they feel lived in."--Marilyn Stasio, "The New York Times Book Review"
"Kerr unspools a whopping good historical thriller here, brilliantly evoking not only wartime Berlin, but also Switzerland and Croatia, as well as portraying the German cinema in a time of peril. And, of course, there is the ever-fascinating Bernie, neither as tough nor as cynical as he pretends to be. Bernie Gunther may be the best-loved SS officer in the history of genre fiction (granted, he has little competition), and his fans will be eager to catch up."--"Booklist "(starred review)
"Although he holds his own among other noted noir authors, such as Jonathan Rabb, David Downing, Alan Furst, and Joseph Kanon, Kerr's magic lies in how he addresses core ethical questions. What is the right conduct while operating within the filthy underbelly of Nazi Germany? How could Kerr's sardonic, tough-talking, anti-Nazi PI survive in a criminal state with his moral integrity and honor intact? Noir devotees, immerse yourselves in the cynical, amoral angst Kerr skillfully portrays."--"Library Journal" (starred review)
"Superlative . . . Kerr combines a murder mystery that Raymond Chandler could have devised with a searing look at the inhumanity of the Nazis and their allies, presented from a unique perspective."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)
"Kerr has become a master at concocting gripping, morally hazy World War II-era crime thrillers full of nuanced players."--"Kirkus Reviews"
Praise for Philip Kerr
"Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler." --Jonathan Ames, "Salon"
"Bernie isn't one of those detectives who gets to solve crimes and put things right. Instead, he just tries to behave decently in a world where the serial killers run the governments and history itself may be the biggest crime of all." --John Powers, NPR's "Fresh Air"
"On any continent, in any decade, no one does melancholy better than Bernie Gunther, and melancholy, after all, is the hard-boiled mystery fan's emotion of choice." --"Booklist"

Praise for "The Lady From Zagreb"
The great thing about these novels is they don t feel researched, they feel lived in. Marilyn Stasio, "The New York Times Book Review"
Kerr unspools a whopping good historical thriller here, brilliantly evoking not only wartime Berlin, but also Switzerland and Croatia, as well as portraying the German cinema in a time of peril. And, of course, there is the ever-fascinating Bernie, neither as tough nor as cynical as he pretends to be. Bernie Gunther may be the best-loved SS officer in the history of genre fiction (granted, he has little competition), and his fans will be eager to catch up. "Booklist "(starred review)
Although he holds his own among other noted noir authors, such as Jonathan Rabb, David Downing, Alan Furst, and Joseph Kanon, Kerr s magic lies in how he addresses core ethical questions. What is the right conduct while operating within the filthy underbelly of Nazi Germany? How could Kerr s sardonic, tough-talking, anti-Nazi PI survive in a criminal state with his moral integrity and honor intact? Noir devotees, immerse yourselves in the cynical, amoral angst Kerr skillfully portrays. "Library Journal" (starred review)
Superlative . . . Kerr combines a murder mystery that Raymond Chandler could have devised with a searing look at the inhumanity of the Nazis and their allies, presented from a unique perspective. "Publishers Weekly" (starred review)
Kerr has become a master at concocting gripping, morally hazy World War II-era crime thrillers full of nuanced players. "Kirkus Reviews"
Praise for Philip Kerr
Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler. Jonathan Ames, "Salon"
Bernie isn t one of those detectives who gets to solve crimes and put things right. Instead, he just tries to behave decently in a world where the serial killers run the governments and history itself may be the biggest crime of all. John Powers, NPR s Fresh Air
On any continent, in any decade, no one does melancholy better than Bernie Gunther, and melancholy, after all, is the hard-boiled mystery fan s emotion of choice. "Booklist""

Praise for The Lady From Zagreb
The great thing about these novels is they don t feel researched, they feel lived in. Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
Kerr unspools a whopping good historical thriller here, brilliantly evoking not only wartime Berlin, but also Switzerland and Croatia, as well as portraying the German cinema in a time of peril. And, of course, there is the ever-fascinating Bernie, neither as tough nor as cynical as he pretends to be. Bernie Gunther may be the best-loved SS officer in the history of genre fiction (granted, he has little competition), and his fans will be eager to catch up. Booklist (starred review)
Although he holds his own among other noted noir authors, such as Jonathan Rabb, David Downing, Alan Furst, and Joseph Kanon, Kerr s magic lies in how he addresses core ethical questions. What is the right conduct while operating within the filthy underbelly of Nazi Germany? How could Kerr s sardonic, tough-talking, anti-Nazi PI survive in a criminal state with his moral integrity and honor intact? Noir devotees, immerse yourselves in the cynical, amoral angst Kerr skillfully portrays. Library Journal (starred review)
Superlative . . . Kerr combines a murder mystery that Raymond Chandler could have devised with a searing look at the inhumanity of the Nazis and their allies, presented from a unique perspective. Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Kerr has become a master at concocting gripping, morally hazy World War II-era crime thrillers full of nuanced players. Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Philip Kerr
Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler. Jonathan Ames, Salon
Bernie isn t one of those detectives who gets to solve crimes and put things right. Instead, he just tries to behave decently in a world where the serial killers run the governments and history itself may be the biggest crime of all. John Powers, NPR s Fresh Air
On any continent, in any decade, no one does melancholy better than Bernie Gunther, and melancholy, after all, is the hard-boiled mystery fan s emotion of choice. Booklist"

Praise for The Lady From Zagreb

"The great thing about these novels is they don't feel researched, they feel lived in."--Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review

"Kerr unspools a whopping good historical thriller here, brilliantly evoking not only wartime Berlin, but also Switzerland and Croatia, as well as portraying the German cinema in a time of peril. And, of course, there is the ever-fascinating Bernie, neither as tough nor as cynical as he pretends to be. Bernie Gunther may be the best-loved SS officer in the history of genre fiction (granted, he has little competition), and his fans will be eager to catch up."--Booklist (starred review)

"Although he holds his own among other noted noir authors, such as Jonathan Rabb, David Downing, Alan Furst, and Joseph Kanon, Kerr's magic lies in how he addresses core ethical questions. What is the right conduct while operating within the filthy underbelly of Nazi Germany? How could Kerr's sardonic, tough-talking, anti-Nazi PI survive in a criminal state with his moral integrity and honor intact? Noir devotees, immerse yourselves in the cynical, amoral angst Kerr skillfully portrays."--Library Journal (starred review)

"Superlative . . . Kerr combines a murder mystery that Raymond Chandler could have devised with a searing look at the inhumanity of the Nazis and their allies, presented from a unique perspective."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Kerr has become a master at concocting gripping, morally hazy World War II-era crime thrillers full of nuanced players."--Kirkus Reviews

Praise for Philip Kerr

"Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler." --Jonathan Ames, Salon

"Bernie isn't one of those detectives who gets to solve crimes and put things right. Instead, he just tries to behave decently in a world where the serial killers run the governments and history itself may be the biggest crime of all." --John Powers, NPR's "Fresh Air"

"On any continent, in any decade, no one does melancholy better than Bernie Gunther, and melancholy, after all, is the hard-boiled mystery fan's emotion of choice." --Booklist

Praise for Philip Kerr and the Bernie Gunther Novels

"A brilliantly innovative thriller writer."--Salman Rushdie

"Philip Kerr is the only bona fide heir to Raymond Chandler."--Salon.com

"In terms of narrative, plot, pace and characterization, Kerr's in a league with John le Carre."--The Washington Post

"Every time we're afraid we've seen the last of Bernie Gunther, Philip Kerr comes through with another unnerving adventure for his morally conflicted hero."--Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review

"Just as youth is wasted on the young, history is wasted on historians. It ought to be the exclusive property of novelists--but only if they are as clever and knowledgeable as Philip Kerr."--Chicago Tribune

"Kerr quantum leaps the limitations of genre fiction. Most thrillers insult your intelligence; his assault your ignorance."--Esquire

"A richly satisfying mystery, one that evokes the noir sensibilities of Raymond Chandler and Ross Macdonald while breaking important new ground of its own."--Los Angeles Times

"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)

"The Bernie Gunther novels are first-class, as stylish as Chandler and as emotionally resonant as the best of Ross Macdonald."--George Pelecanos

"Kerr's stylish noir writing makes every page a joy to read."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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Título: The Lady from Zagreb (Bernie Gunther)
Editorial: U.S.A.: G.P. Putnam's Sons
Año de publicación: 2015
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: As New
Edición: 1st Edition

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