Book Review: The Girl with the Dargon Tatto by Stieg Larsson

20140730_144912[1]Book 1 of the Millennium Trilogy. More than 26 million copies sold worldwide.

Henrik Vanger, head of the dynastic Vanger Corporation, is tormented by the loss of a child decades earlier and convinced that a member of his family has committed murder.

Mikael Blomkvist delves deep into the Vangers’ past to uncover the truth behind the unsolved mystery. But someone else wants the past to remain a secret and will go to any lengths to keep it that way.

Lisbeth Salander, the enigmatic, delinquent and dangerous security specialist, assists in the investigation. A genius computer hacker, she tolerates no restrictions placed upon her by individuals, society or the law.

A stunning thriller debut, that had me in thrall from beginning to end. Brilliantly written and totally gripping plot and deeply intriguing characters. One of my favourite of all times thrillers.

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