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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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You’ve read this, right? If not there isn’t a better time. This is the crime thriller that exemplifies the now-popular sub-genre of Scandinavian crime fiction and begins the Millennium Trilogy. Damaged and seemingly semi-autistic Lisbeth Salander – she of said tattoo – brings her cold manner and unique perspective to the aid of disgraced journalist Mikail Blomkvist. He’s been hired to solve a 30-year old murder. But what really happened on that cold, remote island in Sweden where men drink hard and corruption is layered with sexual sadism.

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