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British author Philip Kerr is back with, "The Other Side of Silence", his latest "Bernie Gunther" book. (It's the 11th book in the series, and Kerr tells the reader that Bernie will return in 2017 with the 12th book, "Prussian Blue") Before I review this book, though, I'd like to tell potential new readers of Kerr that the books are not written in any kind of time order. The first three - "Berlin Noir", "The March Violets", and "The Pale Criminal" - should be read first (and they are sometimes published in one large volume), but after that, you can read them in any order. Philip Kerr's books skip around from place to place - Berlin, the Russian Front, Cuba, etc - and years - 1936 up to 1956. This latest is set on the French Riviera in 1956.