Philip Kerr. Philip Kerr is the author of more than 30 books, including 12 Bernie Gunther novels, several standalone thrillers, and seven books in the young-adult series Children of the Lamp under the pen name of P.B. Kerr.
In 1989, first-time British author Philip Kerr introduced the world to Bernie Gunther, his sardonic, tough-talking fictional detective who was — as the New York Times put it — «the right kind of hero for his time Kerr’s impressive catalogue of non-Bernie titles.
Author Philip Kerr’s complete list of books and series in order, with the latest releases, covers, descriptions and availability.
Berlin held a great fascination for the author Philip Kerr, who has died aged 62 of cancer: it was a place where the impact of evil upon essentially decent people was felt especially keenly.
Philip Kerr was born in Edinburgh in 1956 and read Law at university. Having learned nothing as an undergraduate lawyer he stayed on as postgraduate and read Law and Philosophy, most of this German, which was when and where he first became interested in German twentieth century history and, in particular, the Nazis.
Mar 27, 2018 · Philip Kerr, a Scottish-born writer whose popular novels feature a Nazi-era detective named Bernie Gunther, whose hard-boiled style made him literary kin to Philip …
Philip Kerr was a British author. He was best known for his Bernie Gunther series of 13 historical thrillers and a children’s series, Children of the Lamp, under the name P.B. Kerr. Librarian’s note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.
Short descriptions of Philip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther Novel. The books are listed in their published order. Links are provided to more detailed information about each Bernie Gunther book
The Scottish crime writer Philip Kerr, best known as the creator of the fictional detective Bernie Gunther, has died at the age of 62. His death on Friday was confirmed by his publisher.
Philip Kerr is a British author of thriller novels and children’s books under the pen name of P.B. Kerr. Kerr got his Master’s in Law from the University of Birmingham before working as a copywriter and finally becoming a full-time author in 1989.
In Prussian Blue, Philip Kerr once more shows himself one of the greatest master storytellers in English. The narrative is swift and adept, and so well-grounded in the history and custom of the period that the reader is totally immersed
Philip Kerr was born in Edinburgh in 1956 and read Law at university. Having learned nothing as an undergraduate lawyer he stayed on as postgraduate and read Law and Philosophy, most of this German, which was when and where he first became interested More about Philip Kerr