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Synopsis:

First published in Sweden in 1994, Mankell's terrific fourth Kurt Wallender mystery opens with the kind of startling image typical of this internationally bestselling series (Firewall, etc.): a lawyer, driving home through the fog, stops after he sees "a human-sized effigy" propped on a chair in the middle of a deserted highway. Gustaf Torstensson gets out of the car to investigate, is hit from behind and was "dead before his body hit the damp asphalt." The police accept the assailant's claim that it was an accident, but when Torstensson's son, Sten, is shot dead just two weeks later, the brooding Wallender, who's on sick leave and vowing to retire from the Ystad police force, decides to pursue the killer and resume his career. The chief suspecta powerful, globe-trotting Swedish businessman who's the smiling man of the titleleads Wallender on an exquisitely plotted search for motive and evidence. Dark and moody, this is crime fiction of the highest order. Reed Business Information

Product Details

ISBN:
9788483835234
Author:
Mankell, Henning
Publisher:
TusQuets
Translator:
Cano, Carmen Montes
Subject:
Thrillers
Subject:
Mystery & Detective - Series
Subject:
Mystery fiction
Subject:
Police -- Sweden.
Subject:
FIC022530
Subject:
Mystery & Detective - General
Edition Description:
Paperback
Series:
Kurt Wallander Mysteries
Publication Date:
20080631
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
Spanish
Pages:
476
Dimensions:
7.30x4.90x1.00 in. .80 lbs.

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Product details 476 pages TusQuets - Spanish-Popular Fiction 9788483835234 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , First published in Sweden in 1994, Mankell's terrific fourth Kurt Wallender mystery opens with the kind of startling image typical of this internationally bestselling series (Firewall, etc.): a lawyer, driving home through the fog, stops after he sees "a human-sized effigy" propped on a chair in the middle of a deserted highway. Gustaf Torstensson gets out of the car to investigate, is hit from behind and was "dead before his body hit the damp asphalt." The police accept the assailant's claim that it was an accident, but when Torstensson's son, Sten, is shot dead just two weeks later, the brooding Wallender, who's on sick leave and vowing to retire from the Ystad police force, decides to pursue the killer and resume his career. The chief suspecta powerful, globe-trotting Swedish businessman who's the smiling man of the titleleads Wallender on an exquisitely plotted search for motive and evidence. Dark and moody, this is crime fiction of the highest order. Reed Business Information
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