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Master of ‘Nordic noir’ crime novels Henning Mankell dies

Henning Mankell, a Swedish writer whose Kurt Wallander detective novels sold tens of millions of copies and were translated into 40 languages, introducing readers around the world to the genre of jaded investigators and snow-covered corpses that has become known as “Nordic noir,” died Oct. 5 in Gothenburg, Sweden. He was 67.


Alper JCC book festival begins Thursday

Former Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren kicks off festival

Other authors include ‘Meet the Press’ host David Gregory, novelists Alice Hoffman, Kristin Hannah

The 35th annual event runs through March 8


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