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The Girl Who Played with Fire, The Girl Who Kicked a Hornet's Nest The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked a Hornet's Nest

Even after I had read them I started out with a plan to review these books individually. However, the more I thought about it the more aware I became that although published as two separate stories in the Millennium series they are in reality two volumes of a single, more lengthy story. So I am reviewing them on that basis and I would strongly discourage any reader to read them out of order as there so much inter-dependency in the two volumes.

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, by Stieg Larsson The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo—book review

The effusive press coverage put me off when The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was first published and it has taken me ten years to get round to  reading it. As a result I missed out on a cracking read, now rectified during my recent travels. This is a book for lovers of the psychological as well as those that love mysteries or fast paced action thrillers. I soon caught up with the rest of the series, reviews of which will follow.

Dead or Alive, Tom Clancy Dead or Alive: A Bestselling Thriller from Tom Clancy

A master thriller writer continues the story./ Tom Clancy brings all his main characters together in the same book; Dead or Alive maintains Clancy's reputation as a master of the thriller writer's art. In his new novel,

The Secret Crown, cover The Secret Crown, Murder, Conspiracy and Treasure Thriller

The murder of King Ludwig II and cover-up is the basis for Chris Kuzneski’s fast paced thriller. Will the good guys find the treasure and the historical truth first?

Corsair, book cover Corsair – Piracy, Terrorism, Political Intrigue

Combining maritime and naval history with ancient and modern politics has enabled Clive Cussler and Jack Du Brul to produce a good read to while away a long journey.

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