Faceless Killers - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Henning Mankell
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Chapter 6 Summary

The announcement on the news about "foreign" suspects spurs a bombardment of phone calls from anti-foreign groups. Wallander sits at home as a storm rages, drinking and angrily wondering who the informant among the police ranks is. That night, he receives a phone call, threatening violence against refugees if the police don't find the killers in three days. The next day, Wallander talks to the press, denying that the police are looking for foreigners. He calls Widen but gets no answer. Then, he calls the public prosecutor's office and realizes he's forgotten that the prosecutor is away on leave of absence. There is a new deputy prosecutor, Anette Brolin, and Wallander makes an appointment to meet with her.

Wallander tells Rydberg about the threatening phone call and plans for a press conference that afternoon. At the morning meeting, Rydberg offends the officers by making an accusation that...

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