The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo By Stieg Larsson

July 29, 2009

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a fictional audiobook by Stieg Larsson. Forty years back Harriet Vanger mysteriously disappeared from a family outing and no one had even seen her disappear. Her body had never been found. Yet her uncle was convinced Harriet was murdered. Her uncle is also convinced that a member of her own family is the one who murdered her and is responsible for her disappearance.

He hires a journalist Mikael Blomkvist and a cruel tattooed computer hacker Lisbeth Salander to investigate and find some answers about his nieces vanishing so he can finally put his thoughts at ease. After some investigation Salander and Blomkvist find that Harriet’s murder is linked to a number brutal and horrific murders from forty years ago. They begin unraveling a dark and scary family history.

Yet Harriet’s family is a very secretive and personal clan and they do not like to reveal things outside of there family. Salander and Blomkvist are not aware of the lengths they are willing to go to protect there family secrets and to protect there family. Will Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist be able to solve these horrifying acts committed by this family without being there next victims.

Another good fiction book but perhaps not as mysterious is No Lovelier Death By Graham Hurley. While prominent judge Peter Ault is away his teenage daughter Alex decides she will throw a party. She sends the invite to the party over the social network facebook which all her friends have. The night of the party over 100 kids show up more than Alex could have expected.

The party soon turns into a riot and her property gets trashed. Before the night ends Rachael and her boyfriend both turn up dead. Word gets out and the media is in a frenzy over the murders. With two bodies and over 100 suspects and maybe some witnesses there is a lot of work to be done.

DI Faraday is Rachael is confronted with a horrifying investigation that he must solve. Rachael’s neighbor Baza Mackenzie promised her father he would keep an eye on things. Faraday soon realizes Rachael’s neighbor is the city’s cocaine king and the case is about to take some wild and crazy turns. Will he solve the crime before Rachael’s father the judge comes home to realize his daughter has been murdered and there is no identified killer.

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