This was where she had first told him of her decision to become a police
officer. She was done with her vague plan to refinish furniture or to
work in the theatre, as well as with her backpacking trips around the
world. It was a long time since she had broken up with her first love, a
boy from Kenya who had studied medicine in Lund. He had finally gone
back to Kenya and she had stayed put. Linda had looked to her mother,
Mona, to provide her with clues about how to live her own life, but all
she saw in her mother was a woman who left everything half done. Mona
had wanted two children and had only had one. She had thought that Kurt
Wallander would be the great and only passion of her life, but she had
divorced him and married a golf-playing retired banker from Malmö.
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