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Faceless Killers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

Henning Mankell
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Chapter 11 Summary

Wallander takes a two-hour nap in a holding cell and wakes up with a headache. He calls his sister and tells her what happened to their father. He realizes he hasn't even told her that Mona left him. Wallander talks to a social worker about his father, and she recommends getting him home care, if he recovers from his delusional episode. Wallander's father is physically fine but won't talk to him.

Wallander interviews Rune Bergman, the former policeman who reported his car stolen and gets a bad feeling about Bergman. He goes to Bergman's house to see the scene and notes the car was parked under working streetlamps. Wallander asks if Bergman has a gun license, and from Bergman's reaction, is suddenly sure Bergman is one of the criminals. Bergman owns a shotgun, and Wallander orders his weapons checked, his house searched, and a background check.

Wallander...

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