The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Mikael Blomkvist is part owner of the magazine Milenium and an journalist. When he publishes an article in Milenium exposing Wennerstrom as a crook, Blomkvist is put on trial for libel.
Lisbeth Salander is a free lance researcher for a security company. Henrik Vanger hires the security company to find out about Blomkvist. Vanger wants to know what kind of journalist Blomkvist is before he hires him to investigate the disappearance of his neice 30 years ago. Salander is assigned to dig up everything on Mikael Blomkvist.
Everyone wants to know--is Blomkvist really guilty and what happended to Harriet Vanger.
There were some descriptive violent scenes--so if you're sensitive to that I don't recommend this book. It is not fact-paced, in fact I'd almost call it a laid back mystery. I could tell by the flow that it was written in another language in another country. It was a page turner with some twists but with sufficient breaks that I could put it down from time to time. Definitely interesting and different.
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