Firewall

Henning Mankell (Author)
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Description

The mystery thriller series that inspired the Netflix crime drama Young Wallander.

From the dean of Scandinavian noir, the eighth riveting installment in the internationally bestselling and universally acclaimed Kurt Wallander series.

A body is found at an ATM the apparent victim of heart attack. Then two teenage girls are arrested for the brutal murder of a cab driver. The girls confess to the crime showing no remorse whatsoever. Two open and shut cases. At first these two incidents seem to have nothing in common, but as Wallander delves deeper into the mystery of why the girls murdered the cab driver he begins to unravel a plot much more involved complicated than he initially suspected. The two cases become one and lead to conspiracy that stretches to encompass a world larger than the borders of Sweden.

Product Details

Price
$16.00  $14.72
Publisher
Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
Publish Date
September 09, 2003
Pages
416
Dimensions
5.3 X 0.89 X 7.92 inches | 0.76 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781400031535

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About the Author

Henning Mankell is the internatinally acclaimed, bestselling author of the Kurt Wallander novels. Mankell's novels have been translated into forty-five languages and have sold more than forty million copies worldwide. He was the first winner of the Ripper Award and also received the Glass Key and the Crime Writers' Association Golden Dagger, among other awards. His Kurt Wallander mysteries have been adapted into a PBS television series starring Kenneth Branagh. During his life, Mankell divided his time between Sweden and Mozambique, where he was artistic director of the Teatro Avenida in Maputo. He died in 2015.

Reviews

"Well-paced...a thinking man's thriller." --The New York Times Book Review

"Satisfying.... [Mankell's] Sweden, cold, isolated and brimming with disappointment--is as intriguing a landscape as Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles or Charles Willeford's Miami." --The Wall Street Journal

"Wonderful! Police procedural with personal texture." --Associated Press