Volker Kutscher


Born
in Lindlar, Germany
December 26, 1962

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Volker Kutscher studied German language and literature studies, philosophy and history. He works as journalist and writer. His crime stories took place in the Berlin during the Weimar Republic and contain a lot of descriptions of this city and time. Photo: Krimidoedel Dr. Jost Hindersmann

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Der nasse Fisch (Gereon Rat...

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Der stumme Tod (Gereon Rath...

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Goldstein (Gereon Rath, #3)

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Die Akte Vaterland (Gereon ...

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Lunapark (Gereon Rath, #6)

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Marlow (Gereon Rath, #7)

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“The Red Fortress wants to overthrow the German government?’ ‘The Soviet government.’ ‘You’re joking.’ ‘I’d known since that evening in March that they had nothing good to say about Stalin. That night they moaned so much about the Moscow government that I’d never have guessed they were communists. But they are, hardliners at that. The name tells you everything you need to know. The Red Fortress regard themselves as the guardians of true communist doctrine after Lenin’s death.’ ‘So do Stalin and Thälmann.’ ‘So does just about every Red. That’s the problem with the Left: they spend more time fighting themselves than their opponents. For Thälmann’s followers, being called a Trotskyite is worse than being called a Nazi.”
Volker Kutscher, Babylon Berlin: Book 1 of the Gereon Rath Mystery Series

“The Maybach turned and came to a halt on the other side of the road outside the Hotel Continental.”
Volker Kutscher, Babylon Berlin: Book 1 of the Gereon Rath Mystery Series

“It was already dark when Rath reached Küstriner Platz, where even the street-lighting was dimmer than in the city or in Charlottenburg. It almost seemed as if the streetlights were ashamed of what they were obliged to illuminate.”
Volker Kutscher, Babylon Berlin: Book 1 of the Gereon Rath Mystery Series



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