‘Prague Fatale’: in the crossfire of Czech resistance and the Butcher of Prague

WWII-era crime novel depicts hunt for Czech resistance fighters, their German contact and enactment of a seemingly impossible crime

Prague Fatale is the eighth book by Philip Kerr that follows hard-nosed Berlin homicide detective Bernie Gunther as he navigates his way between the world of everyday street murders and the much more menacing variety of killing ordered in Germany’s corridors of power. Trying to remain a decent cop and decent person working under the Nazis takes its toll on Gunther, and he often wonders if he can pull it off. “But mostly I just blamed myself for thinking it was even possible to behave like a real detective in a world that was owned and run by criminals,” he thinks to himself at one moment.

Read the full review at Czech Position

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