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Three years ago, the topic of eating locally produced food was very much in the news, and awareness of this important subject has continued to grow ever since
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International bestseller Henning Mankell, who published his first Kurt Wallander novel in the U.S. in 1997, may not have captured the imagination of North American readers in the same way as his fellow Swede, Stieg Larsson, did with the Millennium trilogy, but fans of Swedish crime fiction will welcome what Mankell has announced will be the last in the detective series, The Troubled Man, (published next month) about a retired Swedish naval commander haunted by an incident during the Cold War.