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The Pyramid is the long-awaited addition to Henning Mankell's seriously celebrated and the world over best-selling Kurt Wallander secret sequence: the e-book of 5 brief mysteries that takes us again to the start.
Here are the tales that hint, chronologically, Wallander's progress from a rookie cop right into a younger father after which a middle-aged divorce', illuminating how Wallander grew to become a major detective and highlighting new features of a now-canonical character.
''Wallander's First Case'' introduces us to the twenty-one-year previous patrolman on his first murder case: his next-door neighbor, possible useless through his personal hand. Wallander is a tender father confronting an enexpected hazard on Christmas Eve in ''The guy with the Mask.'' In ''The guy at the Beach,'' he's close to heart age and afflicted by way of spouse as he unravels why a lonely guy on holiday used to be poisoned. Newly separated in ''The loss of life of the Photographer,'' Wallander investigates the brutal murder--and the well-concealed secrets and techniques --of the neighborhood studio photographer. within the name tale, he's the veteran detective uncovering unforeseen connections among a downed secret aircraft and the assassination of a couple of aged sisters. Over the process those 5 tales, he comes into his personal as a homicide detective, outlined through his at the same time methodical and instinctive paintings, while he reveals himself more and more haunted from witnessing the worst facets of an atomized society.
Written from the original viewpoint of an writer on reflection upon his personal production to find his origins, those mysteries are classic Mankell and crucial interpreting for all Wallander enthusiasts. The Pyramid is an excellent reveal of Mankell's virtuosic powers as an said grasp of the police procedural.
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