The Dogs of Riga (Kurt Wallander Mysteries (Audio)) Mankell, Henning ( Author ) Dec-01-2006 Compact Disc
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Wallander as a character is a brilliant creation. In many ways he is the stereo-typical overweight, divorced police inspector. However, he is much more complex than that; you feel that his career has taken over his life yet he is still struggling to decide what life is all about and what he wants out of it. You get a real sense that he is not a detective that merely wants a result; he wants to try and understand why these brutal crimes are committed.
I will definitely read the other books in the series, Mankell really draws you in but the book is so much more than a mere page-turner
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Faceless Killers marked the debut appearance of the dyspeptic Ystad detective, Kurt Wallander, and although the Swedish language version was written in 1991, the English... Read morePublished 6 months ago by MRS V L HALL
I enjoyed the chill, barren setting of this first Wallander crime novel. Wallander himself fitting the landscape perfectly with his cold, isolated persona - one of those hard to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Woolco
Excellent charaterisation - I loved the sympathy and empathy Wallander displays throughout. Can't wait to read morePublished 8 months ago by Katie S
Not that I could find any of the Wallander novels anything but excellent. Impossible to put down, with well thought characters with incredibly human failures. Read morePublished 10 months ago by heavenhell
I came in looking for some gripping Scandi noir, but was disappointed by how tepid the story was and how dry and impersonal the writing style was. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sidmeister