The Girl who Played with Fire

What they say about it:

Lisbeth Salander is wanted for a triple murder. All three victims are connected to a trafficking exposé about to be published in Mikael Blomqvist’s magazine Millenium, and Lisbeth’s fingerprints are on the weapon.

What I say about it:

Even better than the first one. The advantage of knowing the characters was that they could get straight to the action, and there was plenty. Although seemingly far-fetched in places it did have a climax that  I didn’t see coming. I can’t wait to find out what happened next – which is the down-side, the book comes to a close before all the loose ends are tied up.

Mikael Blomqvist is much more fun in this book; Salander’s influence is obviously rubbing off. Berger gets a little more annoying, and why is it all gangsters are Russian! Anyway, without getting too much into holes in the plot I do really recommend it as a read.

Helen Hilton

Available in Lewisham Libraries

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