Three elderly men, Holger Eriksson, Gosta Runfeldt and Eugen Blomberg, are murdered in seemingly unrelated incidents. The smell of perfume on Runfeldt's suitcase suggests a woman's involvement. None are mourned by their families, who regarded them as bullies and womanizers, which shocks Wallander, whose own father has just died. A dedication in a book by Eriksson to a woman called Krista leads to the members of a former self-help group for abused women, attended by Vanja, Runfeldt's ex-lover. Is one of these women the killer?- Written by don @ minifie-1
Kurt Wallander investigates the death of three old men who were all made to suffer before being killed in what seems to be nothing less than an execution. The only thing the three seem to have in common is that they were nasty and violent toward their loved ones, who now seem relieved that they are gone. He concludes that someone, most likely a woman, is seeking revenge. Amidst it all, Wallander has to deal with the death of his own father who has finally succumbed to his own illness.- Written by garykmcd
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