Berlin Noir - March Violets, Chapters 10-13 Summary & Analysis

Philip Kerr
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March Violets, Chapters 10-13 Summary

A quick trip to the residence of Von Greis reveals a trashed apartment and a run-in with a Gestapo Officer, who is seeking clues to Von Greis's disappearance. Gunther talks his way out of this fix, and learns that Goering actually owns the apartment. Back at his office, Gunther is visited by Inge Lorenz, reporter Muller's friend, who once did some research on Hermann Six. According to Inge, Six inherited his father's business but is angry for the new government's control of business in general. Impressed by both her intelligence and good looks, Gunther offers her a secretarial position, asking her as well to set up a date with an old boyfriend who works at the German Labor Service. Specifically, Gunther wants to know why Paul Pfarr spent so much time there and the name of his...

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