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Initial post: 2 Sep 2012 21:43:08 BDT
I have all the Bernie Gunther books, but sometimes get lost. Can anyone tell me in which order I should reread them so that one follows the previous in chronological order? I know that they jump about, go into flashbacks etc, but I do want to reread them and think that it would help my enjoyment to do it in this fashion. Many thanks
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