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By Jessica Beck

Whilst an area provider is murdered on his farm after a truly public war of words on the captivating Moose Diner, Victoria and her grandfather, Moose, needs to locate the genuine killer sooner than the undesirable red meat they'd will get even worse!

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Wallander slowly loosened his grip and returned to his chair. Eva Hillstrom stared down at the floor. Wallander waited, thoroughly shaken. There was something about her reaction, something about her conviction, that was contagious. " he asked after a little while. She shook her head. " She looked at Wallander. "Astrid and her friends have gone on trips before," he said. "Although perhaps not for as long as this one. They had cars, money, passports. My colleagues have gone over this before. What's more, they're of an age when you're inclined to act on impulse without having made prior plans.

M. Wallander thought he should stay until Gertrud's sister came to get her, but she seemed to sense his thoughts and told him she didn't mind being left alone. "It's a beautiful day," she said. "Summer has come at last, even though it's almost over. " "I'll stay if you like. " Gertrud shook her head. "Come and see me in Rynge," she said. "But wait a couple of weeks. " Wallander got in his car and drove back to Ystad. He was going straight home to make an appointment with his doctor. Then he would sign up to use the laundry and clean his flat.

The idyll hasn't been affected, he thought. The only difference is that we are now four. As the plan had been all along. He poured himself a glass of red wine. He didn't really drink, but now he simply couldn't resist. Then he tried on one of the wigs. He ate a little of the food. He wasn't particularly hungry. m. he got up. He still had much to do. The nature reserve was frequented by early risers. In the unlikely event that someone left the path and found their way into the hollow, they must not find any traces.

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