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Henning Mankell

The Man Who Smiled

Henning Mankell The Man Who Smiled
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After killing a man in the line of duty, Kurt Wallander resolves to quit the Ystad police. However, a bizarre case gets under his skin.

A lawyer driving home at night stops to investigate an effigy sitting in a chair in the middle of the highway. The lawyer is hit over the head and dies. Within a week the lawyer’s son is also killed. These deeply puzzling mysteries compel Wallander to remain on the force. The prime suspect is a powerful corporate mogul with a gleaming smile that Wallander believes hides the evil glee of a killer. Joined by Ann-Britt Hoglund, Wallander begins to uncover the truth, but the same merciless individuals responsible for the murders are now closing in on him.

“Compelling . . . skillfully plotted and suspenseful. . . . A thriller for the thinking reader.”
Dallas Morning News

“Mankell’s novels are a joy.”
USA Today

“Absorbing. . . . In the masterly manner of P.D. James, Mankell projects his hero's brooding thoughts onto nature itself.”
The New York Times

“Wallander is a loveable gumshoe. . . . He is one of the most credible creations in contemporary crime fiction.”
The Guardian

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