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Stieg Larsson

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest

“Revenge is a powerful motive.”
Lisbeth Salander

The third book in Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Series, the global publishing phenomenon that has sold a total of 99 million copies to date.

Two seriously injured patients are omitted to the A&E at Sahlgrenska Hospital in Gothenburg: Lisbeth Salander and her father, Alexander Zalachenko. While Lisbeth is put on trial for double homicide, Blomkvist starts writing a report that will clear Salander’s name and shake the government, the security services, and the entire country down to its foundations.

Stieg Larsson’s final book in his celebrated trilogy is a top-notch political thriller.

Stieg Larsson’s crime fiction series has left an everlasting mark on publishing history. Passing away tragically in 2005, before his first novel was published, he never got to experience the great success world-wide, and the millions of readers touched by Blomkvist and Salander.

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Larsson

Stieg Larsson (1954-2004) was a journalist and also the Editor-in-Chief of the anti-racist magazine Expo . He had previously worked at a major news agency for many years. Larsson was one of the world’s leading experts on anti-democratic, right-wing extremist and Nazi organisations, and he was often consulted on that account. He was just as ready to give a…

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Sold to: Albania, Arabic: Arab Cultural Centre, Brazil: Companhia das Letras, Bulgaria: Colibri, Canada: Penguin, Catalonia: Columna, China: Shanghai 99, Croatia: Fraktura, Czech Republic: Host, Denmark: Modtryk, Estonia: Varrak, Finland: WSOY, France: Actes Sud, Georgia: Bakur Sulakauri, Germany: Heyne, Greece: Psichogios, Hungary: Animus, Iceland: Bjartur, India: Westland, Indonesia: Mizan Publishing House, Israel: Modan, Italy: Marsilio, Japan: Hayakawa, Korea: Munhakdongne, Latvia: Zvaigzne, Lithuania: Obuolys, Macedonia: TRI Publishing House, Mongolia: Monsudar, Netherlands: Signatuur, Norway: Gyldendal, Poland: Czarna Owca, Portugal: Leya, Romania: Editura Trei, Russia: Eksmo, Serbia: Carobna Knijga, Slovakia: Ikar, Slovenia: Presernova Druzba, Spain: Destino, Taiwan: Eurasian, Thailand: Earnest, Turkey: Pegasus, UK: Maclehose Press, US: Knopf, Vietnam: Women's Publishing House

“Revenge is a powerful motive.”
Lisbeth Salander

The third book in Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Series, the global publishing phenomenon that has sold a total of 99 million copies to date.

Two seriously injured patients are omitted to the A&E at Sahlgrenska Hospital in Gothenburg: Lisbeth Salander and her father, Alexander Zalachenko. While Lisbeth is put on trial for double homicide, Blomkvist starts writing a report that will clear Salander’s name and shake the government, the security services, and the entire country down to its foundations.

Stieg Larsson’s final book in his celebrated trilogy is a top-notch political thriller.

Stieg Larsson’s crime fiction series has left an everlasting mark on publishing history. Passing away tragically in 2005, before his first novel was published, he never got to experience the great success world-wide, and the millions of readers touched by Blomkvist and Salander.

Reviews

I can but join in with the choir singing the praise of Stieg Larsson’s final book in the Millenium trilogy. My expectations were high, but they were met and more than so.
Aftonbladet (SE)
In a mysterious way, Millennium composes a perfect trilogy, with plots and voices that are weaved into each other
Revista Época Brazil (BR)
A satisfying finale to Larsson’s entertainingly suspenseful trilogy.
Entertainment Weekly (US)

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