The Troubled Man by Henning Mankell
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The Troubled Man Summary
The much-anticipated return of Henning Mankell's brilliant, brooding detective, Kurt Wallander.
The Troubled Man Reviews
"Starred Review. Wallander might be aging, but Mankell is dead on in crafting an intricate plotline equal to the skills and insight of his famous detective. This is essential for fans of the series, and it succeeds as a stand-alone in the crowded field of dark, psychological Scandinavian thrillers." - Library Journal
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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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