The Man from Beijing by Henning Mankell
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The Man from Beijing Summary
January 2006. In the Swedish hamlet of Hesjövallen, nineteen people have been massacred. The only clue is a red ribbon found at the scene.
The Man from Beijing Reviews
"While each section... compels, the parts don't add up to a fully satisfying whole." - Publishers Weekly
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The Man from Beijing Reader Reviews
Rated of 5
Henning Mankell Author Biography
Henning Mankell is the acclaimed author of the Kurt Wallander mysteries. The books have been published in thirty-three countries and consistently top the bestseller lists in Europe, receiving major literary prizes (including the UK's Golden Dagger Award in 2000) and generating numerous international film and television adaptations. Born in a village in northern Sweden in 1948, Mankell divides his time between Sweden and Maputo, Mozambique.
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