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Written on: 03/03/2011
Absolutely fantastic. On the edge of my seat all the time. Could not wait to turn the page to see / experience what was going to happen. This was my first introduction into crime thrillers and now I am completely hooked… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2010
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Written on: 24/12/2009 by reviewkitten (295 reviews written)
Following on from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo comes The Girl Who Played with Fire. Again Stieg Larsson has masterfully written a crime novel packed with intrigue and action in this story that is focused on the hunt for Lisbeth Salander, accused of murder. The only person to believe her innocence is Mikael Blomkist and for the main part the book is the three pronged investigation by Millenium, the Police and Milton Security and uncovering the truth behind Lisbeth's background and the event… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2009 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)
Swedish Millennium magazine publisher and reporter Mikael Blomkvist is considering an expos of the extensive sex trafficking trade in Eastern Europe. He knows the article will cause a stink in Sweden when the elite are exposed as participants. However, just before the release of the damaging report, the lead journalists are murdered and the evidence including fingerprints on the weapon point to Lisbeth Salander.
With an outraged cry from the media and the government, some of whom headline… Read Full Review
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