About the book
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“The past is a bomb waiting to explode.”
The sixth book – and the third to be written by David Lagercrantz – in the Millennium Series, the global publishing phenomenon that has sold a total of 99 million copies to date.
An unknown homeless man is found dead in a park in central Stockholm. The medical examiner suspects that something isn’t right and contacts Mikael Blomkvist. Meanwhile, Lisbeth Salander is in Moscow to once and for all settle the score with her sister Camilla.
She has made up her mind: She shall no longer be the hunted. She shall be the hunter.
The Girl Who Lived Twice is the grand finale of David Lagercrantz’s books in the Millennium Series, intertwining international power play with DNA technology, expeditions to the Himalayas, and hate-spreading troll factories.
Stieg Larsson’s crime fiction series has left an everlasting mark on publishing history. With The Girl in the Spider’s Web, David Lagercrantz continued and expanded the universe Larsson had created – to the appreciation of Blomkvist and Salander fans all over the world.