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The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets’ Nest by Stieg Larsson (2011 book #10)

I do find myself wondering whether Scandinavian thriller writers find themselves getting up every morning and offering thanks to the memory of Stieg Larsson. In the wake of the success of the Millennium trilogy, it seems that every other thriller on the shelves has a Nordic origin, usually with some comparison to Larsson appearing on […]

The Girl Who Played With Fire, by Stieg Larsson (2011 book #6)

I read The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo last year, before I started doing this chronicling of the books I’ve read, so there’s no review of that here. However, as I’m now trying to chronicle all the books I read, here’s what I thought of the sequel, The Girl Who Played With Fire – and […]

Worth Reading 2: Electric Blogaloo

Some more things from the interwebnets that have caught my attention: Mail gets it wrong on US broadcast of ‘Downton Abbey’ – Tabloid Watch reports on how Downton Abbey isn’t being dumbed-down for American audiences. I’m shocked – shocked! – that there’s inaccurate and badly researched reporting going on in the Daily Mail. A Con-LibDem […]