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I only came across Henning Mankell after reading his obituary in the NYTimes. I wish I had found him a long time ago, but, yet again I didn't find him too late. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Nicholas Dodd
Some of his best writing. Less self pity for Wallender though the Rory about age &I death is tryingPublished 17 days ago by Qats kindle
Interesting story. Be prepared to invest a bit of time, pages to get "into the story". Not a book, that I feel, would appeal to younger audiences.Published 1 month ago by Michael Gillig
Slow to start but a good story. You can feel the pain Wallander is going through.Well toldPublished 2 months ago by Jack S Craig
The final Wallander book is a good read if you like to know when someone eats their lunch or chooses to urinate on their lawn. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ChelseaGS
In this final novel of the Kurt Wallander series, Kurt becomes entangled into the disappearance of his daughter Lina's future father-in-law. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ed Benjamin
Plot is woven with skill. The end presents a theme not often given consideration by North American readers. Much better then the televised program.Published 2 months ago by Charles
I could feel it there, reading, just as Wallander senses that we often know more than we realize: Henning Mankell was sensing his own early end. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Deborah Mattingly Conner
Good. I read it to understand the finale of the PBS series Wallander better. I liked the book better. Holds your attention.Published 2 months ago by Mary Sursavage