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An officer came into the kitchen with a wallet and handed it to Hemberg, who opened it and took out an ID card issued by the post office. 'Artur Hålén,' Hemberg said. 'Born in 1898. He had many tattoos. Which is appropriate for a sailor of the old school. ' 'In one of the sailing logs he is registered as an engineer. In an earlier one, simply as a deckhand. He worked in various capacities. Once he became infatuated with a girl named Lucia. That name was tattooed on both his right shoulder and on his chest.

Some chronological errors and dead words have been excised. Two of the stories have never been published before. But I am not publishing these stories now to clean out my desk. I am publishing this volume because it forms an exclamation mark to the period I wrote last year. In the manner of the crab, it can sometimes be good to go backwards. To a beginning. The time before 8 January 1990. No picture will ever be complete. But I do think these pieces should be part of it. The rest is, and remains, silence.

This thought also made him decide to stand his ground with Mona. You could not expect a policeman to be punctual. It was four minutes to seven when he arrived at the station. He had heard that Hemberg often showed up very early to work and an enquiry to reception revealed this to be correct. Hemberg had been there since six o'clock. Wallander walked up to the section where the crime squad was based. Most of the offices were still empty. He walked straight to Hemberg's door and knocked. When he heard Hemberg's voice he opened it and walked in.

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