Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell, aged 56, is the creator of detective Kurt Wallander, whose books have been translated into 19 languages and sold 25 million copies worldwide. However, Mankell's other passion centres on the plight of African orphan's in his role as AIDS activist. Mankell moved to Mozambique in 1972 where he spends part of his time in the country, boarding with a friend and taking an active part in local life, far away from the ex-pats. Henning Mankell outside the Theatro Avenida where he is the artistic director with the national theatre company in downtown Maputo.
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