Henning Mankell, the great Swedish mystery writer, died at the age of 67 on October 5, 2015. Author of several novels and plays, he is best known as the creator of the Swedish police inspector Kurt Wallander. He was also a political activist, first against the apartheid system in South Africa, and more recently against the Israeli occupation of Gaza and the West Bank. This interview was recorded on April 11, 2011 while he was on tour in the United States for the final Wallander novel, The Troubled Man. Hosted by Richard Wolinsky.