Chronicler of the Winds

Henning Mankell (Author) Tiina Nunnally (Translator)
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Product Details

Price
$24.95  $22.95
Publisher
New Press
Publish Date
April 25, 2006
Pages
233
Dimensions
6.02 X 0.9 X 8.52 inches | 0.89 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781595580580
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About the Author

Henning Mankell is an internationally bestselling author who has received numerous awards, including the Crime Writers' Association's Macallan Gold Dagger and the German Tolerance Prize. His Kurt Wallander mysteries are global bestsellers and have been adapted into the PBS Masterpiece Mystery! series Wallander, starring Kenneth Branagh. The New Press has published English translations of ten of his Wallander mysteries--Faceless Killers, The White Lioness, Sidetracked, The Fifth Woman, One Step Behind, Firewall, The Dogs of Riga, Before the Frost, The Man Who Smiled, and The Pyramid--the novels The Return of the Dancing Master, Chronicler of the Winds, Depths, Kennedy's Brain, The Eye of the Leopard, Italian Shoes, Daniel, and The Shadow Girls; and the nonfiction I Die, But My Memory Lives On: The World AIDS Crisis and the Memory Book Project. Born in 1948, Mankell grew up in the Swedish village of Sveg. He now divides his time between Sweden and Maputo, Mozambique, where he works as a director at Teatro Avenida.

Reviews

Timely and well worth reading, this is highly recommended. Library Journal (starred review)
Evocative, quietly powerful . . . it s impossible not to be moved. Publishers Weekly
A wonderful, lyrical fable. Vogue (UK)
Lyrical . . . elegant . . . it will certainly move readers. Literary Review
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"Timely and well worth reading, this is highly recommended." -- Library Journal (starred review)

"Evocative, quietly powerful . . . it's impossible not to be moved." -- Publishers Weekly

"A wonderful, lyrical fable." -- Vogue (UK)
"Lyrical . . . elegant . . . it will certainly move readers." -- Literary Review