The Bookwitch on The Tattooed Girl:

“Bookwitch,” a terrific blog that often addresses crime fiction and Scandinavian literature, has recently reviewed The Tattooed Girl. Below is an excerpt: 

The Tattooed Girl
Posted on August 18, 2011 by bookwitch

I don’t see why millions shouldn’t flock to read this book, edited by Dan Burstein. Newspapers all over the world are full of articles speculating about everything and anything to do with Stieg Larsson and his Millennium trilogy. Whether or not the people responsible for those articles know very much about Stieg or Sweden is best left out of this discussion. I have read good ones and I have seen some awful ones. Most of them repeat the same few facts over and over.

In The Tattooed Girl Dan and his co-authors Arne de Keijzer and John-Henri Holmberg have collected many previously published articles as well as pieces written especially for the book. Between them they cover a lot, if not everything, to do with Stieg Larsson, who is unable to put anyone right about what’s true and what isn’t….

Here’s the link to Bookwitch’s full post.

 

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