Faceless Killers Characters

Henning Mankell
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Kurt Wallander is a police detective in a rural area of Sweden. He struggles with his personal problems while he investigates murders and hate crimes occurring in his area. Kurt doesn't face up to the problems in his life, which eventually leads him into crisis situations. Four years ago, his daughter Linda tried to commit suicide, and Wallander narrowly saved her life by finding her in time. Kurt thought he had a good relationship with his fifteen-year-old daughter and had no clue that there was serious trouble beneath the surface.

Also, Wallander's wife Mona left him recently. He recognizes now that there were problems in their marriage, but at the time, Wallander didn't want to face them. Through not facing his problems, Wallander waited until it was too late. His wife has left him, and he can't get her back. Wallander has similar troubles with his father...

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