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The Dogs of Riga
- An Inspector Wallander Mystery
- By: Henning Mankell
- Narrated by: Sean Barrett
- Length: 10 hrs and 4 mins
Random House presents the audiobook edition of The Dogs of Riga by Henning Mankell, read by Sean Barrett. Sweden, winter, 1991. Inspector Kurt Wallander and his team receive an anonymous tip-off. A few days later a life raft is washed up on a beach. In it are two men, dressed in expensive suits, shot dead. The dead men were criminals, victims of what seems to have been a gangland hit. But what appears to be an open-and-shut case soon takes on a far more sinister aspect.
Not a Good Story
- By Hoskins on 03-09-11
Great start to the Wallander series of books
As the first of the series of books featuring inspector Wallander, Mankell introduces us to many of the characters that feature in future books. The narration is really good, and I have heard Sean Barrett reading other Scandinavian novels also to great effect.
The story features an interesting time, and though a bit escapist at times, is an interesting and enjoyable listen throughout.
If you are a Wallander/Mankell fan, or a Euro Crime Fan, this has a great feel and is worth the purchase.
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