I was so sad to hear about the too early passing of Henning Mankell. A man so much more than a great crime novelist, also a human rights activist.
Of course most known for his books about Kurt Wallander, but for me first and foremost (and yes I've said so before) 'The Man from Beijing' is the book you should read. Well-written, ingenious and brilliant in so many ways. A book that will most likely blow your mind and make you a more well-informed and curious person.
Do you have a favourite Mankell-book?