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This is book number 12 in the Kurt Wallander Series series.
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- #6: The Fifth Woman (Kurt Wallander Series #6) (Paperback): $13.56
- #7: One Step Behind (Kurt Wallander Series #7) (Paperback): $12.80
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- #9: Before the Frost (Kurt Wallander Series #9) (Paperback): $13.56
- #10: The Pyramid (Kurt Wallander Series #10) (Paperback): $12.80
- #11: The Troubled Man (Kurt Wallander Series #11) (Paperback): $12.00
After nearly thirty years in the same job, Inspector Kurt Wallander is tired, restless, and itching to make a change. He is taken with a certain old farmhouse, perfectly situated in a quiet countryside with a charming, overgrown garden. There he finds the skeletal hand of a corpse in a shallow grave. Wallander’s investigation takes him deep into the history of the house and the land, until finally the shocking truth about a long-buried secret is brought to light.
INCLUDES AN AFTERWORD BY THE AUTHOR
About the Author
Henning Mankell's novels have been translated into forty languages and have sold more than forty million copies worldwide. He is the first winner of the Ripper Award (the new European prize for crime fiction) and has also received the Glass Key and Golden Dagger awards. His Kurt Wallander mysteries have been adapted into a PBS television series starring Kenneth Branagh. Mankell divides his time between Sweden and Mozambique.
Praise for Henning Mankell
“An arresting writer . . . [Mankell] understands and probes the underside of everyday living in an elegant and artful way. . . . The result is writing that walks a line between ephemeral and everlasting.”
—The Washington Post
“[Mankell’s] Swedish detective, Inspector Kurt Wallander, is one of the most impressive creations in crime fiction today. . . . An old-fashioned moral force and sense of disquiet of the sort rarely found in contemporary crime fiction.”