The Girl Who Lived Twice - Serving Two Masters - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

David Lagercrantz
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Summary

The beginning of Part III, Serving Two Masters, provides a brief description of the job of secret agents and how it influences them from a psychological standpoint.

In Chapter 25, Catrin, who has still has not eaten, researches Forsell and the Everest expedition. She also continues to think of Nima. She wonders whether or not she had met him when she was a child and texts Blomkvist asking whether Nima was a Sherpa. As they exchange texts, Blomkvist says that he misses her and suggests and proposes a meeting. She tells him no, but proceeds to set up a meeting anyway. She goes to the meeting place, a hotel, and waits. Meanwhile, the biker who was watching Blomkvist that Lisbeth attacked goes to Camilla and tells her what happened to him. She leaves them to Galinov and feelings of the past...

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