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    read Mördare utan ansikte Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download PDF (Mördare utan ansikte) Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell All detectives have to have their personality uirks and personal problems to keep the story interesting But Swedish detective Kurt Wallander has so many things going on that it would ta

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    Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell PDF (Mördare utan ansikte) Dark brooding and earthy – like a good Swedish crime mystery should beWriter Henning Mankell first published Faceless Killers in 1991 and an English edition translated by Steven T Murray was published in 1997 Besides being a good book this is notable as Mankell’s introduction of his famous detective Kurt WallanderSet in the small city of Ystad in the southern most tip of Sweden and farther removed from larger cities like Ma

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    PDF (Mördare utan ansikte) Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell Henning Mankell might be the most famous Scandinavian writer of crime novels in the US May I humbly ask why? I can think of

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    read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download read Mördare utan ansikte An elderly couple is robbed and brutally murdered and it's up to police inspector Kurt Wallander to find the killer or killers Can K

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    PDF (Mördare utan ansikte) Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell UghMaybe this book is dreadfully translatedor maybe it's like Ikea furniture Mostly you end up with a bunch of bits that don't make sense It's a popular theory in Australia that Ikea furniture is some sort of revenge upon people who live in sunlight Maybe Henning Mankell is a plot to get the people who escaped the Ikea trapWe all over here prefer Abba and less bad furniture and miserable books please

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    read Mördare utan ansikte Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell I think I understand Kurt Wallander better now than I did when I read the series in my mid twenties It isn't all that easy to grow older tired and disillusioned in Sweden After all we're supposed to be a role model for oth

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    PDF (Mördare utan ansikte) There's something about Swedish authors that both fascinates me and tugs at my heartstrings Henning Mankell does indeed do that for me with his Inspector Kurt WallanderThe air of suspense begins with the words“He has forgotten something he knows that for sure when he wakes up Something he dreamt during the night Somet

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    PDF (Mördare utan ansikte) Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell This is the first entry in Henning Mankell's series featuring Swedish detective Kurt Wallander When we first meet

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read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download Mördare utan ansikte review î eBook or Kindle ePUB Ue agoniza lentamente torturada pelo sádico garrote ue uase lhe impossibilita a respiração Estrangeiro é a última palavra sussurrada por Maria pouco antes de morrer e torna se praticamente a única pista de ue Kurt Wallander oficial da polícia de Ystad dispõe para dar início às investigações dauele duplo homicídio Entretanto a vida pessoal deste detective de. An elderly couple is robbed and brutally murdered and it s up to police inspector Kurt Wallander to find the killer or killers Can Kurt act on the meager information he has available and solve the case as his private life disintegrates around himOn the heels of reading The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played with Fire I decided to branch out and try a couple Swedish crime authors Faceless Killers is the first such book to fall into my handsFaceless Killers isn t a happy book much as its title indicates It s bleaker than a visit to an insurance office mostly due to poor Kurt Wallander and his lifeThe mystery is an intriguing one and delves into the secret life of one of the victims The mystery is not of the solveable variety but that s ultimately not that important My main attractions to Faceless Killers were the glimpse into Swedish society and Kurt Wallander himselfThe fact that one of Wallander s clues is that the killer is a foreigner thrusts the reader into a world of refugees racism and red tape There are false leads and I have to admit I wasn t sure what was going on in the investigation part of the timeAnd that brings us to Kurt Wallander himself He s no super hero unless lonliness and not having anything go right in his personal life is a super power He s getting older and fatter his wife left him his daughter is a stranger his relationship with his father is strained and all he has is his job Instead of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo what I was primarily reminded of when I read this was John Lutz s Alo Nudger series starring a similarly sad characterFaceless Killers is a good police procedural story It s pretty bleak and moves a little slowly for my tastes but is still a good read I ll give it a 3 possibly upgrading to a 4 somewhere down the line

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read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download Mördare utan ansikte review î eBook or Kindle ePUB Polícia desmorona se a mulher abandona o a filha recusa se a falar com ele e nem mesmo o seu pai consegue tolerar a sua presença uando se torna do domínio público ue os criminosos são muito possivelmente de nacionalidade estrangeira uma onda de violência xenófoba ergue se como o maior entrave ao trabalho policial deixando atrás de si um rasto de impiedade e mor. There s something about Swedish authors that both fascinates me and tugs at my heartstrings Henning Mankell does indeed do that for me with his Inspector Kurt WallanderThe air of suspense begins with the words He has forgotten something he knows that for sure when he wakes up Something he dreamt during the night Something he ought to remember He tries to remember But sleep is like a black hole A well that reveals nothing of its contents And this same suspense kept me utterly enthralled through to the last page where I came face to face with a remarkable and yet unexpected d nouementWe soon discover that a gruesome murder has taken place in a farm with only a neighbouring farmhouse outside the sleepy village of LunnarpA seventy year old man wakes up at 445 am He s surprised because normally he sleeps later but he knows there s something wrong He cannot hear his friend and neighbour s horse whinnying He investigates and discovers a slaughter house next door When Inspector Wallander arrives at the crime scene and observes the atrocities committed on the elderly couple Maria and and Johannes L vgren he s determined come what may to find the murderers He s convinced somehow that than one person is involvedThere are two elements that intrigue him Why was a noose hanging around Maria s neck and why would the horse have been fed in the stable Johannes has regrettably been killed but Maria clings on to life for a while in the hospital Prior to her death she mentions an odd word It is this word that is to be the clue in the who what when where why euationWith dogged determination following every conceivable avenue deductive reasoning and going by his intuition a frustrated Wallander continues in his investigation There are many false leads and dead ends Was it a robbery Did the couple have money Enemies Wrong suspects are interviewed The investigation is indeed frustrating for everyone involved and time consuming spreading over a six month periodThat s the outline but it s the simple and fascinating text and the attention to detail that I m so taken with There s the main plot but then the sub plot showing the personal aspects of Wallander s life I truly empathised with him His wife Mona had left him three months ago and was in the process of divorcing him his nineteen year old daughter Linda wants nothing to do with him after a failed suicide attempt when she was fifteen He is constantly arguing with his widowed father a painter who continuously paints or less the same picture may add a grouse or a tree to make it slightly different but still manages to sell them He has been painting the same motif all his life in fact He s becoming confused and Wallander feels that he shouldn t be left in the house that s isolated all on his own He s also losing touch with his sister KristinaWallander drinks too much is overweight through eating too many pizzas and the like since Mona left him loves his opera especially Maria Callas and Traviata is loyal to his colleagues at the Ystad police station especially Rydberg who suffers badly from rheumatism and uses a cane is constantly wondering how he can improve his lot and especially his relationships with his family Works long hours suffers from loneliness and seems to have a constantly bruised face from fights and the like and yet I loved his character so muchHis mantra was a time to live and a time to die He had adopted this incantation many years ago when he was a young policeman cruising the streets of Malm his home town A drunk had pulled out a big butcher s knife as he and his partner were trying to take him awayWallander was stabbed deep right next to his heart A few millimetres were all that saved him from an untimely death He had been twenty three then suddenly profoundly aware of what it meant to be a policeman The incantation was his way of fending off the memories The Swedish elements also add to the drama winds darkness snow temperatures below freezing point There was the backdrop of many refugee camps with people looking for asylum Violence was increasingThere is definitely an air of gloom that pervades this book but I still love it Overnight a storm moved in across Sk ne Kurt Wallander was sitting in his untidy flat as the winter wind tore at the roof tiles drinking whisky and listening to a German recording of A da when everything went dark and silent He went over to the window and looked out into the darkness The wind was howling and somewhere an advertising sign was banging against a wall There s some light relief thrown in when Wallander meets the deputy public prosecutor a married woman called Anette Brolin His instincts tell him that he should not get involved with her and yetThis is the first in the Kurt Wallander series I don t really like series too much as they tend well in my opinion anyway to become like a template But yes I will read number 2 All in all a fantastic book and reading about Henning Mankell I see that he has had cancer since the beginning of this year and is currently having treatment I wish him well and I m uite sure that he ll make a good recovery Treatment has improved and advanced so much from what it was even ten years ago New life saving treatments are constantly being found

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read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Henning Mankell Henning Mankell Ê 3 read & download Mördare utan ansikte review î eBook or Kindle ePUB 5 horas da manhã na gelada província de Scania no sul da Suécia O Inverno ventoso e agreste parece ter imobilizado toda a paisagem com o seu sopro glacial enuanto algures numa uinta isolada da região acaba de ser cometido um dos crimes mais hediondos de ue o país terá memória Um agricultor idoso foi brutalmente assassinado e jaz sem vida junto a sua mulher Maria. Dark brooding and earthy like a good Swedish crime mystery should beWriter Henning Mankell first published Faceless Killers in 1991 and an English edition translated by Steven T Murray was published in 1997 Besides being a good book this is notable as Mankell s introduction of his famous detective Kurt WallanderSet in the small city of Ystad in the southern most tip of Sweden and farther removed from larger cities like Malmo or Stockholm Mankell has given this mystery a sort of small town charm distinguished from the tense and energetic crime novels in urban settings No ulcer ridden overworked police chief barking orders here or lengthy descriptions of cityscapes the author has created an ominous heady atmosphere of fear and simmering outrage after a murder of an elderly couple in a bucolic farming villageIn Wallander Mankell has crafted a complicated and darkly charismatic protagonist With his drinking poor eating habits surly manner and clumsy way with close relationships he is almost an anti heroWell told and with a close eye for detail Faceless Killers also deals with such issues as racism national identity immigration policy and individual rights Known for his social activism Mankell uses the crime novel as a vehicle to reveal and discuss ineualities and societal problemsGood book

  • Paperback
  • 255
  • Mördare utan ansikte
  • Henning Mankell
  • Portuguese
  • 01 August 2019
  • 9789722327152