The Girl Who Played with Fire - Part 3 - Chapters 11-15 Summary & Analysis

Stieg Larsson
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Part 3 - Chapters 11-15 Summary

Chapter 11: Wednesday, March 23 - Maundy Thursday, March 24

It is Easter week and most people are gone from Millennium's offices. Blomkvist works on Svensson's book. The book is good but Blomkvist knows that it needs to be watertight.

Blomkvist writes a letter to Lisbeth, to whom he refers as "Sally." Blomkvist says he still wants to be friends and that he misses her company. Blomkvist tells Lisbeth that he has her shoulder bag and keys. Lisbeth never responds.

Blomkvist wonders why someone would be after Lisbeth.

Blomkvist goes to have dinner with his sister, Annika. During dinner Svensson calls to say he wants to drop off some photos. Blomkvist offers to pick them up.

Lisbeth visits Svensson and Mia. She asks about their research regarding Alexander Zalachenko. Svensson is stunned. Until now he never knew Zala's full name...

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