The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Chapters 24 through 27 Summary & Analysis

Stieg Larsson
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Chapters 24 through 27 Summary

As he is held prisoner, Blomkvist realizes that Martin is still killing women after first holding them in his torture chamber. As he prepares to kill Blomkvist, Martin explains that his father, Gottfried, taught him to torture and kill women, and that he disposes of the bodies by dumping them at sea. Martin asks Blomkvist what happened to Harriet and Blomkvist realizes that Martin did not kill her after all. Martin says that he had planned to kill her, but he arrived too late and was unable to get to the island.

In the meantime, Salander continues to go through old company newsletters and spots a photo of young Martin wearing the red jacket, so she, too, realizes it was Martin who frightened Harriet at the parade. At 11:30, she starts to tell the night watchman she's leaving, but since it's a...

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