The Girl who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson
An outstanding sequel to "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" the follow up "The Girl who Played with Fire" picks up with Lisbeth travelling the world avoiding contact with her past.
The story comes to life when Salander is wanted in connection with murders that have been commited. From this point the story moves on at a frenetic pace with all characters connected to Salander such as Blomkvist the journalist and Armansky her former employer defending her and trying to get to the bottom of the case alongside a national police investigation.
Lisbeth and Blomkvist both have faults and are sometimes downright awful, but I was rooting for them strongly, while the pace is steady and solid, and the ending is blistering
This is the second book in the Millennium Trilogy, and I would strongly recommend reading them in order!
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Over a seven day period clues will be provided to locate books hidden in Bristol, London, Oxford, Nottingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Newcastle, Dublin, Liverpool, Sheffield and Manchester.