A Man Without Breath by Philip Kerr
A Man Without Breath: Book summary and reviews of A Man Without Breath by Philip Kerr
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Berlin, March, 1943.
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"Starred Review. Kerr makes everything look easy, from blending history with a clever and intricate whodunit plot to powerful descriptions of cruelty." - Publishers Weekly
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Philip Kerr Author Biography
Philip Kerr was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and studied at the University of Birmingham. Following university he worked as a copywriter at a number of advertising agencies, during which time he wrote no advertising slogans of any note. He spent most of his time in advertising researching an idea he had for a novel.
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