The Girl Who Played with Fire - Part 3 - Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

Stieg Larsson
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Part 3 - Chapters 16-20 Summary

Chapter 16: Good Friday, March 25 - Easter Sunday, March 26

The media catches on to Lisbeth's potential involvement in the murders. She is referred to in the press as a mass murderer. Blomkvist takes Lisbeth's handbag to Modig and turns it in. Blomkvist keeps Lisbeth's hammer, worried that it will incriminate Lisbeth and show that she could be dangerous. Blomkvist tells Modig that he intends to conduct his own investigation into the murders. Modig warns Blomkvist not to withhold information from the police that could hinder their investigation. Modig also tells Blomkvist that Svensson's laptop is missing.

Blomkvist looks to Eriksson to help identify possible suspects. Svennson's book identified 37 people, all of whom can be seen as suspects because of the possibility of being exposed.

Armansky contemplates Lisbeth's involvement in the murders. Armansky knows Lisbeth is capable of committing...

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