Berlin Noir - A German Requiem - Part I - Chapters 1- 9 Summary & Analysis

Philip Kerr
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A German Requiem - Part I - Chapters 1- 9 Summary

The third part of this trilogy begins in post-war Berlin. Germany is now occupied by four countries—the United States, France, England, and the Soviet Union. The Cold War has begun, and life in Berlin is not easy. It sits in the middle of the Soviet zone, and there is fear among native Berliners that they may soon be cut off from the western portions of Germany. Gunther is now married and living with his wife in less than luxurious conditions. During the war, Gunther was sent to the Russian front, captured, and served some time in a prisoner-of-war camp. He is slowly returning to health and still actively pursuing his career as a private investigator. Wife Kirsten is a waitress in an establishment frequented by...

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