The Girl Who Played with Fire

Writer: Stieg Larsson

Series: Millennium Trilogy – Part II
Genre: Crime, Thriller, Fiction
Language: Swedish (Original), English (Translated)
Original Title:      “Flickan Som Lekte Med Elden”

Translated in English by: Reg Keeland (C)
Publisher: MacLehose Press, an imprint of Quercus
Catalog Reference: ISBN 978 1 906694 15 9
Appreciations Received:  
I am choosing only a very few out of hundreds and thousands of so
Kate Mosse, The Times –  
“A Unique heroine… a jaw dropping ending”
Glimpse:
The whole story revolves around two main characters, viz. Mikael Blomkvist, Lisbeth Salander. There is one more character who plays a significantly distinctive role which is Police Inspector Bublanski.
Lisbeth Salander, an ex security analyst and exceptionally genius hacker. She has been accused to murder of a couple in Stockholm. All the evidences are against Lisbeth Salander. Even her past adds up to that allegation.
Mikael Blomkvist has already came out with his own publishing company to expose corruptions happening in all over Sweden. Sweden is gasping convulsively for freedom from the suffering from the inner sociopolitical corruption and highly confidential closely knitted and organized sex trafficking.

Mikael is the only person who does not believe in the murder allegation imposed on Lisbeth. Now the story revolves around this murder mystery and how Lisbeth always manage to get involved in problem.

With a murder allegation tagged on her, searching for some unanswered past questions will Lisbeth be able to find out her origin?

Want to what happens to her, then don’t just sit around and wait. Go and get the book from library or book store or whatever and read it!

Price:  £6.99 UK, 350/- INR

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