The last novel from international crime bestseller Henning Mankell. A brilliant and moving mystery set in the Swedish archipelago.
A fascinating memoir-of-sorts from the legendary writer & campaigner for human rights: Quicksand is a collection of micro-essays exploring what it is to be human, covering topics as varied as Henning's cancer diagnosis, art, jealousy, Ice Ages past and present, and the future of our planet
Never before published in English, this Kurt Wallander novella sees the original Scandinavian detective uncovering the skeleton of a woman in a suburban garden - forcing him to delve into the area's dark past...
Kurt Wallander is twenty one and new to the police force - and he won't let anything stand in the way of solving his first murder case
From the master of thriller writing, comes a sweeping historical novel based on the true story of a Swedish woman who ran the most famous brothel in Mozambique: a gripping and thought-provoking read
The inspirational tale of a writer who finds himself caught up in the extraordinary stories of three young immigrant girls in Sweden by the 'Swedish John le Carre', Henning Mankell
The first new Wallander novel for a decade, the culmination of the bestselling series from the godfather of Swedish crime.
A compelling story of a child driven to violence through loss and loneliness
A brutal revenge story that is both a gripping police procedural and a chilling political thriller
A moving, compelling and powerful new novel by the author of Depths and the Wallander Mysteries
The latest book in Mankell's critically acclaimed and best selling Kurt Wallander series. A police procedural about our increasing vulnerability in the modern digitalised world.
A fast paced international thriller - sure to delight fans starved of Wallander
The essential read for all fans of Kurt Wallander.
'Mankell is by far the best writer of police mysteries today' Michael Ondaatje
'Mankell is by far the best writer of police mysteries today. He is in the great tradition of those whose works transcend their chosen genre to become thrilling and moral literature' Michael Ondaatje
The Eye of the Leopard is a first-rate psychological thriller, delving deep into the mind of a man lost in an unknown world, and is Mankell’s finest non-crime novel yet.
Prize-winning fourth title in this ever popular Joel Gustafson series from bestselling author, Henning Mankell.
One of the world's bestselling authors has written a moving story about a a teenager's life in Northern Sweden.
A tense and gripping psychological thriller: Mankell's best book yet.
A major event in publishing - Henning Mankell's departure from the crime genre will attract huge interest and this mesmerising fable will broaden his readership
'The master of the long dark night' Crime Time
The new novel by a writer who is both a bestseller throughout Europe and universally critically acclaimed, the winner of the 2002 Gold Dagger.
A powerful, moving and tragic account of the families shattered and children abandoned as a result of the spread of HIV and, through the Memory Books project, a hope for the future.
Three young friends are shot dead on Midsummer's Eve. Then one of Kurt Wallander's colleagues is murdered. Is it the same killer?