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    The Girl Who Played With Fire

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    Meet Lisbeth Salander, the iconic character who has captivated 100 million readers worldwide.

    ISBN: 9781529432404
    AuthorLarsson, Stieg
    PublisherNameQuercus Publishing
    Pub Date29/08/2023
    BindingPaperback
    Pages576
    Availability: In Stock

    THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO RETURNS

    The iconic character who has captivated 100 million readers worldwide.

    "Even more gripping and astonishing than the first" Sunday Times

    Lisbeth Salander can be viciously violent. Mikael Blomkvist knows it - and owes his life to it.

    When a criminologist and a journalist who works with Blomkvist at Millennium magazine are killed on the brink of publishing a brutal expose of human trafficking, the evidence points in one direction.

    Salander's prints are on the murder weapon. But Blomkvist knows Lisbeth would never act without reason, and he cannot find one here.

    The victims were his friends. But so is Salander. Something much more dangerous is surely at play . . .

    "That rare thing - a sequel that is even better than the book that went before" Observer

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    THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO RETURNS

    The iconic character who has captivated 100 million readers worldwide.

    "Even more gripping and astonishing than the first" Sunday Times

    Lisbeth Salander can be viciously violent. Mikael Blomkvist knows it - and owes his life to it.

    When a criminologist and a journalist who works with Blomkvist at Millennium magazine are killed on the brink of publishing a brutal expose of human trafficking, the evidence points in one direction.

    Salander's prints are on the murder weapon. But Blomkvist knows Lisbeth would never act without reason, and he cannot find one here.

    The victims were his friends. But so is Salander. Something much more dangerous is surely at play . . .

    "That rare thing - a sequel that is even better than the book that went before" Observer