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Television Review: Wallander lll

As Wallander Kenneth Branagh gives the type of performance that is the stuff of legend. Read More »

Book Review: The Pyramid: The First Wallander Cases by Henning Mankell

A collection of short stories and novellas fill in the “missing years” at the beginning of hard-boiled detective Wallander’s career in contemporary Sweden. Read More »

Book Review: The Man Who Smiled by Henning Mankell

The fourth installment in the Wallander Series has a far-fetched and sloppy plot, but is still a good book for a hot summer day. Read More »

Book Review: The Dogs of Riga by Henning Mankell

In the second book in the series, Wallander goes abroad. Read More »

Book Review: Pyramid: The First Wallander Cases by Henning Mankell

Mankell invents his famous detective, 20 years after his creation. Read More »

Book Review: Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell

Revisiting the first Wallander mystery. Read More »

DVD Review: Wallander (2008) (BBC Series)

Absolutely brilliant -- even if it does star Kenneth Branagh. Read More »

DVD Review: Wallander – Sidetracked / Firewall / One Step Behind

It’s not just about the crimes, but the setting in which they’re committed. Read More »