Firewall

Firewall

Book - 2003
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Wallander investigates two brutal murders. First, a body is found at a bank machine. The coroner rules it out as natural causes, but Wallander is unconvinced. Wallander then interrogates two girls who confess to the murder of a taxi driver. These two cases, seemingly unconnected, reveal a greater conspiracy that will challenge Wallander's ethics and professionalism.
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, 2003
Edition: 1st Vintage CrimeBlack Lizard ed
ISBN: 9781400031535
1400031532
Branch Call Number: F MAN NVD
Characteristics: 405 p. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Segerberg, Ebba

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loudem
Sep 29, 2011

Great plot, great human Wallander. This book keeps you guessing, hoping, and wondering till the very end. We're far from the "super" cops of North American novels. Firewall shows real and human cops with all their fallities. A book you won't forget for quite a while

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Jul 22, 2011

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SportyReader
Oct 10, 2010

Kurt Wallander as a detective is a fresh breath in a stale, overpopulated, cliched genre. He is very unconventional and one does not necessarily need to like or empathize with the character in order to enjoy the story. The plots themselves are conjured out of nothing- a seemingly insignificant detail that blows out of proportions. But Mankell takes you on a decent ride and at the end you can't complain that you weren't entertained.

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