The Girl in the Spider's Web - Chapters 21-24 Summary & Analysis

David Lagercrantz
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Chapter 21

Meanwhile, Needham, the computer security tech, has been told to cease his investigation into the NSA hacker. He doesn't and calls Casales when he is on his way to Stockholm. He says that he's found out who WASP is and he's going to confront her. He also tells Casales that he is more than certain that his investigation was being hampered by the NSA because continued investigation would link them to the criminal organization known as Spider.

August has continued to draw, sketch, and write prime numbers. In one of his drawings, he depicts Lasse with another man. This other man's name is Roger, Salander learns, because August actually writes the man's name under the image. Recalling what she's researched about autistic savants, she wonders if August could help her decrypt the NSA files. She slides the stack of papers over to...

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