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Swedish Crime Writer Henning Mankell Dies at 67

Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell, who was a leading figure in the wave of “Nordic Noir” fiction and whose books sold more than 40 million copies, died in Sweden, on Monday at the age of 67. He is best known for his novels featuring Inspector Kurt Wallander, which were turned into a TV drama series starring Kenneth Branagh. #EntertainmentBiz


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