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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, chapters 13-15 Summary

Stieg Larsson
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Part 2, chapters 13-15 Summary

CHAPTER 13

Tuesday, 17.v

Figuerola wakes up early and takes a long run before work. She waits until Edklinth has settled in for the day before going to his office to give her report. Edklinth and Figuerola discuss the fact that the chief of Secretariat must have given approval for putting Mårtensson on the job. Figuerola is still bothered by Gullberg's part in Zalachenko's murder and wants to investigate. Edklinth tells Figuerola to hold off because digging into the records from the 1950s will tip off Shenke.

Jonasson visits Salander. While he examines her, Jonasson asks Salander about Teleborian. Salander tells Jonasson that Teleborian is a beast. After Jonasson leaves, Salander finds her Palm resting on her pillow. Along with the cell phone is a note from Blomkvist, telling Salander that they are trying to save her. Salander is thrilled to learn that...

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