Berlin Noir - The Pale Criminal, Part I, Chapters 1-14 Summary & Analysis

Philip Kerr
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The Pale Criminal, Part I, Chapters 1-14 Summary

As Germany begins swallowing up neighboring territory, Gunther remains in his self-employed position as a private investigator. Now, however, he has a partner—Bruno Stahlecker, a former fellow police officer who has become so disenchanted with the Nazis that he can no longer be employed by government at any level. Gunther has received an anonymous note regarding a former missing person's case and is told to be at the old, burned-out Reichstag building at midnight. There he finds Arthur Nebe, Berlin's Chief of Criminal Police, who, also disenchanted with the Nazi government, believes that a change will have to come from within, in the form of an overthrow of the current government. He asks Gunther to return to the police department, in order to be a part of the new...

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