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Berns With An E

by Paul Chitlik
3.7 stars – 3 Reviews
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Here’s the set-up:

It wasn’t the first time Berns broke the law.

It certainly wouldn’t be the last.

Still reeling over the death of his daughter and deep in a messy divorce from his wife, journalist, radio talk show host and grieving father Rob Berns stumbles over the dead body of an elderly gentleman – his next door neighbor, Hans Feigenspan.

The police figure it’s a routine mugging but cigarette burns on the man’s body suggest otherwise. Digging deep and hard is all Berns knows to do, so when it turns up evidence that Feigenspan, a German immigrant, had some small part to play in Nazi Germany’s slaughter of millions of people, it’s all just part of the story.

What isn’t part of the story is that now someone wants him dead as well, even if that means they have to sabotage his brakes, push him off a cliff, burn him out of his apartment or set fire to him in a restaurant, all to make sure he never tells his tale.

One Reviewer Notes:

How pervasive is responsibility for a crime? If I know about it and say nothing, am I equally guilty? This is the ultimate question LA evening drive-time radio talk show host Rob Berns (Berns with an “e”) tries to answer in a murder mystery that borders on the poetic. The action is combined with Berns’ opening monologues as he goes on air, asking profound questions about life, death and responsibility, triggered by the murder of an elderly neighbor. Berns is sure police are wrong in believing the elderly German photographer was the victim of a random gangland killing, but not even he suspects the connection to the Holocaust, nearly 50 years earlier. What he learns is that there is no statute of limitations for some crimes.

Patricia Austin
About the Author
Paul Chitlik wrote and directed his first play when he was eleven, considered somewhat late by many studio executives barely out of their teens. [He has had an award-winning career as a writer and program developer in television and film.] In 1996, Chitlik founded The Dime Novel Co. and published a complete mystery novel as a magazine supported solely by advertising. In the summer of 1997, he published the second edition, featuring Paul Chitlik wrote and directed his first play when he was eleven, considered somewhat late by many studio executives barely out of their teens. [He has had an award-winning career as a writer and program developer in television and film.] In 1996, Chitlik founded The Dime Novel Co. and published a complete mystery novel as a magazine supported solely by advertising. In the summer of 1997, he published the second edition, featuring ‘Deviant Numbers,’ a science fiction novela about cloning. His most recent book, Rewrite, is published by MWP. Chitlik is a visiting assistant professor in UCLA’s School of Theater, Film, and Television, as well as a lecturer at Loyola Marymount University. He has also given master classes in screenwriting at the University of Barcelona’s film school, and consults for the government of Chile’s film development program.
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