Faceless Killers - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Henning Mankell
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Wallander has the teller reenact the scene at the bank to get as much detail as possible. He also asks her to look through books of mug shots, but she finds no one she recognizes. After a week, the investigation is stalled again. Britta-Lena Bodén tours refugee camps but doesn't recognize anyone, and a police sketch artists fails to make a drawing that satisfies her. Wallander is nearly ready to give up the case, then, he gets a call from the teller. The foreigners have returned to the bank.

Wallander rushes out to the bank, but he's too late. The men are gone, but Wallander has their pictures on a security camera. The men are likely Eastern Europeans, and the police scour the city for them but turn up nothing. At the end of July, Wallander comes into the office and sees that Ebba has a...

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