The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
I know we’re not in the throes of a scorching August, nor is it time for winter hibernation, but here are three books to get totally lost in. It’s the trilogy written by Swedish author Stieg Larsson, “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” “The Girl Who Played With Fire,” and “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” (in that order).
I normally don’t lean toward spy/espionage/counter-intelligence/double-agent stuff, but Larsson’s books are such well written whodunnits, they’re impossible to put down. Between the three books, we’re talking about more than 2,000 pages of intense reading, so the bookworms out there can isolate to their heart’s content.
The movie “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” was well done and intriguing. So are the books. The trilogy follows the tortured life of feminist heroine Lisbeth Salander through seedy tattoo parlors, computer hacking adventures, and serial murder plots, to love-gone-awry scenarios, revenge/vengeance plots, and national security issues.
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