Berlin Noir - A German Requiem - Part II, Chapters 19-38 Summary & Analysis

Philip Kerr
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A German Requiem - Part II, Chapters 19-38 Summary

Working with Belinsky, Gunther learns that the company in Pullach is an American-sponsored organization run by the Germans, the goal of which is to rebuild the German economy. Basically, it is a "think tank," designed to promote capitalism as a means of fending off Communism promoted by the Soviets. As well, he learns that Lotte Hartmann is back in town and now a card dealer at a local casino. Hoping to locate Konig through her, Gunther and Belinsky devise a scheme to have Gunther and Lotte arrested together, and then to have Gunther bribe the police to secure their release. All goes as planned, and Konig contacts Gunther the following day, to express his gratitude, ultimately offering Gunther a position with his organization, obviously the Pullach company, with a...

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