The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Who Played with Fire

Just a brief foray back into the self-restricted world of fiction.

Stieg Larsson showed up on my radar a month or two ago on a list of authors to read instead of Dan Brown.  Then The Economist ran a positive review of his Millennium Trilogy last month.  I started The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on Wednesday and could not put it down.  What a page-turner.  I found an export paperback copy of The Girl Who Played with Fire in the Mexico City airport yesterday and finished it today.  I agree with the critics.  These are fascinating thrillers with complex characters, intriguing plot lines, and some very disturbing images.  Incredible.   Not sure how long I can hold out before I have to read some edition of The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.

We now return to our regularly scheduled, non-fiction programming.


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