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Following the Wennerström affair Lisbeth Salander is back to thrill and rob in The Girl Who Played With Fire after her prints put her on the scene of a murder of two Millenium journalists.
Summary of the Book
Lisbeth Salander thinks that her life is calmer now. She is developing an interest in maths and has a lusty albeit questionable affair with a student. However when Inspector Bublanski and his team discover the bodies of a couple in Stockholm, the murder weapon points to Lisbeth. The dead worked for none other than Millennium publisher Mikael Blomkvist and he knows that if there's one thing he can't trust the police to do it's finding the elusive Lisbeth Salander. She's an expert at hiding her trail and leaving no cyber footprint. However he needs to find her if he has to unmask the perpetuators of the murders. Murders which point directly at a sex trafficking ring that the Millennium will risk all to unveil.
About Steig Larsson
Karl Stif-Erland "Steig" Larsson was a Swedish writer and journalist. He is best remembered as the author of the Millennium Trilogy which begins with The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and ends with The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest. The trilogy was published posthumously.
A strong activist, Larsson's work speaks against sexual violence against women. The trilogy was made into hit Swedish films. The first novel was adapted into a hit movie by David Fincher starring Daniel Craig as Mikael Blomkvist and Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander. The other movies in the series are due to be released in the short future.