Thursday, January 20, 2011

Daniel, By Henning Mankell

It seems I've written a review that just appeared in The Washington Post. This time it's about Daniel, a newly published novel by the Swedish writer Henning Mankell.

You know Mr. Mankell's work? He's the guy behind the Wallander detective series. I'd read a couple of those novels before (and watched the tv series), so I was very keen to take a look at this historical novel, one that draws together characters from Sweden and Southern Africa.

You can read it HERE: A trip to the Kalahari changes everything.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Bryan Russell (Ink) said...

Excellent review. I like his Wallander crime novels, so I was curious to see your reaction about this one. Thanks for the heads up.

7:39 PM  
Blogger David Anthony Durham said...

Hi Bryan,

You're welcome. If you try this one you'll see some aspects of Wallander in it, but lots that's different as well.

3:44 PM  

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