The Girl in the Spider's Web - Chapters 7-9 Summary & Analysis

David Lagercrantz
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Chapter 7

Berger, Mikael's editor, calls Mikael Blomkvist and tells him that she's coming over. Blomkvist tries to get her to stay home because the weather is so bad, but he can't dissuade her and shortly afterward she shows up half frozen. She is nearly incoherent and tells him that she needs to tell him everything. He tells her to quit talking and makes her get into a warm bath while he goes and makes her some tea. Afterward, while still in the tub she tearfully tells him that she'd had a clandestine meeting with Levin many weeks before and that Levin had openly told her that he was going to work toward getting Mikael to quit so that the sale of the magazine would fetch more money. Slowly, she stands out of the tub, an inviting look in her eyes.

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