The Girl who Played with Fire

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MacLehose Press, 2009 - Computer hackers - 569 pages
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Lisbeth Salander is a wanted woman. Two Millennium journalists about to expose the truth about sex trafficking in Sweden are murdered, and Salander's prints are on the weapon. Her history of unpredictable and vengeful behaviour makes her an official danger to society - but no-one can find her.Mikael Blomkvist, editor-in-chief of Millennium, does not believe the police. Using all his magazine staff and resources to prove Salander's innocence, Blomkvist also uncovers her terrible past, spent in criminally corrupt institutions. Yet Salander is more avenging angel than helpless victim. She may be an expert at staying out of sight - but she has ways of tracking down her most elusive enemies.

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The plot is more grounded than the second book. - Goodreads
There are a few stick figures - minor villians mostly. - Goodreads
There is a similar layout to the plot events as well. - Goodreads

Review: The Girl Who Played with Fire (Millennium #2)

User Review  - Leanne - Goodreads

Fast paced and suspenseful, this sequel to 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' keeps you on your toes and guessing through to the end and beyond. Lisbeth Salander is an odd but refreshingly original ... Read full review

Review: The Girl Who Played with Fire (Millennium #2)

User Review  - Christine Fossen Germundson - Goodreads

This second book in the Millennium trilogy doesn't fail to impress at all. Once again our lovable characters are back, and in trouble, and the plot will have you holding you breath at certain points ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Stieg Larsson was the editor-in-chief of the anti-racist magazine Expo. He was a leading expert on right-wing extremist organisations. He died in 2004, soon after delivering the text of the novels that make up the Millennium Trilogy.Reg Keeland is an experienced translator from Swedish.

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