Berlin Noir: The Brilliant Novels of Philip Kerr

The Bernie Gunther series sets a high mark for historical thrillers

Philip Kerr

A group of watercolor landscapes went on sale at a German auction house, supposedly the work of a young and impoverished Adolf Hitler while he was struggling as an artist in Vienna. The paintings, along with a Fuhrer armchair decorated with a swastika, failed to find a single buyer, but not necessarily because…