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The troubled man
Henning Mankell
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Mankell’s Kurt Wallander series ends on a fittingly melancholy note as he investigates the disappearances of his daughter’s in-laws. Wallander remains his brooding, cerebral self when considering what is going on in this case. As usual he has a breakthrough towards the end where he realizes he’s been misled and he figures (almost) everything out. Along the way he suffers the pangs of age: losing friends, disturbing physical and mental symptoms and loneliness. Even his dog gets sick. I was a little bored by the mystery itself though the pace picked up towards the end. It’s a little hard not to be depressed by how this book ends.
posted Jun 28, 2013 at 10:59AM
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