The Secret Life of Wallander
An Unofficial Guide to the Swedish Detective Taking the Literary World by StormeBook - 2010
Almost 20 years since he first appeared in Henning Mankel's novel Faceless Killers, the sad Swedish detective Kurt Wallander has become a worldwide success story. Mankel's compelling books about the idealistic police inspector - who is even more miserable that Morse - have sold more than 30 million copies in 43 different languages and inspired more than 25 film adaptations. In Europe, readers took instantly to the troubled, lonely cop with his horrendous health problems and catastrophic home life. The nine Wallander novels became runaway bestsellers all over Europe, but in Britain and the Unit.
Publisher: London : John Blake Pub., 2010.
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (255 pages).