Faceless Killers - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Henning Mankell
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Chapter 10 Summary

Ambulance attendants take away the murder victim's body. His hysterical wife and nine children are in the care of a doctor. Three possible witnesses have been found. The first witness, a Malawian man, does not speak the same dialect of Swahili as the interpreter, but they find he knows Luvale, another African language, and find a 90-year-old missionary who can interpret. The missionary discovers that the young man saw nothing but thought it would be exciting to be a witness. The second witness, an Iranian interpreter, heard a car after he heard the shots. He used to practice recognizing cars by their engines as a boy in Tehran, and recognized the car as a Citroën turtle. Wallander tests his ability, and the Iranian correctly identifies a Peugeot by its engine noise.

The third witness is a Romanian woman. She saw a man in blue overalls in...

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