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Wednesday, October 07, 2015
Eventually the day comes when we all have to go
Henning Mankell, the late Wallander author, who died this week, was writing in the Guardian about life with cancer. In his final entry, he reflects on fearful nights lying awake as the ‘cold winds sweep in’
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