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ebook / ISBN-13: 9781529411034

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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

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David Lagercrantz’s bestselling trilogy continues the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series, the crime phenomenon that thrilled tens of millions of readers around the world.

In The Girl in the Spider’s Web, Blomkvist is contacted by a renowned Swedish scientist, Professor Balder, who fears that his life is in danger. He wants Millennium to publish his story. Balder’s world-leading research in Artificial Intelligence has made him a target of ruthless cyber gangsters – and a violent criminal conspiracy that will bring terror to the snowbound streets of Stockholm, and to Blomkvist and Salander themselves.

In The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye, Lisbeth Salander is an unstoppable force. From inside a corrupt prison run largely by the inmates, she will stand up for what she believes in, whatever the cost. Blomkvist is given a lead for an important exposé for Millennium which could unlock the facts of Salander’s childhood, somehow connected with the memory of a woman with a blazing birthmark that looked as if it had been burned by a dragon’s fire . . .

In The Girl Who Lived Twice Salander has fresh outrage to avenge. She follows the scorched trail of her twin sister to Moscow. Blomkvist fears for her safety, but he should be more concerned for himself. The murder of a homeless man on the streets of Stockholm has drawn him into a conspiracy that scales the heights of Everest and plunges to the depths of Russia’s criminal underworld. And now Lisbeth will face her nemesis.

For the girl with the dragon tattoo, the personal is always political – and ultimately deadly.


One devours Larsson's books for the plots, the action, the anger, and most of all for Lisbeth Salander . . . Lagercrantz has caught her superbly, and expertly spun the sort of melodramatic yarn in which she can thrive
Daily Telegraph
Fans of the genius punk hacker Lisbeth Salander and her sometime partner, the crusading investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist will not be disappointed . . . Salander and Blomkvist are just as compelling as ever
New York Times
David Lagercrantz has done well . . .The Girl in the Spider's Web conveys the essence and atmosphere of Larsson's Millennium novels. He has captured the spirit of their characters and devised inventive plots
The Times
Lisbeth Salander remains, in Lagercrantz's hands, the most enigmatic and fascinating anti-heroine in fiction
Financial Times
Rest easy, Lisbeth Salander fans - our punk hacker heroine is in good hands . . . Swedish crime novelist David Lagercrantz takes the reins with prowess . . . admirably expanding the deliciously depraved world of the novels
USA Today