Field Grey

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Quercus, 2011 - Detective and mystery stories - 567 pages
39 Reviews
It's 1954 and Bernie has tired of his increasingly dangerous work spying on Meyer Lansky for Cuban Intelligence. He secretly buys a boat and sails to Florida, where he's arrested, sent back to Cuba and imprisoned in the Isle of Pines. There he meets Castro, and a French intelligence officer..

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Excellent dialogue, excellent on plot. - LibraryThing
The plot, however, has grown in scope and intricacy. - LibraryThing
There was really no plot--sorry. - LibraryThing

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Gunther has settled in Cuba but is pressured into helping female revolutionary flee to Cuba. Captured by Americans, he is pressure to tell all he know about current head of Stassi, with whom he has ... Read full review

Review: Field Gray (Bernard Gunther #7)

User Review  - Jonathan - Goodreads

I've read all bar one of the Bernie Gunther novels and this was the least enjoyable for me. The plot was pretty complex and largely raced along and kept you hooked, and I liked the switch in time from ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Philip Kerr is the author of The Grid, Esau, the Berlin Noir trilogy, A Philosophical Investigation, and many other books. He and his wife live in London.

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