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4.0 out of 5 stars
Interesting and well worth a try, 19 Mar 2002
I enjoyed this book and will read another from Henning Mankell. The story concened a Swedish police officer (Kurt Wallander) with personal problems trying to solve a double murder which envoked racial tensions leading to another. For the most part Wallander could be compared to Ian Rankin's Rebus - but this particular book did not quite have the "Rankin edge". Although the end of the book lost its way a little and the final result was unexpected I nevertheless enjoyed reading "Faceless Killers." It was well worth the money.