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    Henning Mankell, Wallander author, reveals cancer

    • Biblioteca Universitaria de La Rioja

      Henning Mankell (Estocolmo, Suecia, 3 de febrero de 1948 - Gotemburgo, 5 de octubre de 2015), novelista y dramaturgo sueco, reconocido internacionalmente por su serie de doce novelas negras sobre el inspector Kurt Wallander. Era también el director del Teatro Nacional de Maputo, Mozambique.

    • David Cranmer

      Crime writer behind hit novels and TV series says he will write about fighting disease, which may be in advanced stages

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      Henning Mankell has said he will document his battle against cancer in a newspaper column.


      Henning Mankell, Wallander author, reveals cancer

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