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  • Jul 28, 2014

    tyssie01  from new castle, pa, Rating:5.0

    this is a trilogy book. have read all 3 starting from the strain.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Final book in the trilogy

    Jul 24, 2014

    hannah1942  from NE Tennessee, Rating:5.0

    These books are tough to read because of the subject matter and because of the fact that they are translated from the original Swedish. They involve Swedish politics and laws which as an American seemed odd to me. In the first book, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, the male lead character is jailed for libel of a corporation, which would be a civil matter in the US but not a criminal offense. But I read the books three times and by the third time, I really appreciated the description of life in Sweden and it's court system and understood how it was an integral part of the unfolding of the story. As you read the three books, you realize that Steig Larsson probably intended to write at least one more book but he died before that happened. This book is very rich and the story line helps us find vindication for the central character, Lisbeth Salander. She is quite possibly the most complex, interesting, and sympathetic strong female character in modern literature. She is damaged, but not...

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Jul 13, 2014

    peachtree1  from Maryland, Rating:3.0

    Just received this so I have not had a chance to read it yet. My only complaint is that I did not understand from the description that this is a short story rather than a novel. Can't really complain, though, because I bought this at such an inexpensive price.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Jun 11, 2014

    blc205  from Pembroke Pines, Fla, Rating:5.0

    I have read a lot of Michael Connelly's books. This was part of the Lincoln Lawyer series and is very good. All of his books are excellent and I am in the process of reading all of his books. If you like mysteries I highly recommend his books.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Jun 1, 2014

    racram  from Kirkland, WA, Rating:5.0

    I own and have read every book by this author and think this is one of, if not, his best. I'd give this book, 'The Skin Collector', 5 stars + another 5 stars. In this, his latest Lincoln Rhyme novel, Jeffrey Deaver keeps you guessing. It's a mystery full of twists and turns. Even if you're on your toes, you're still likely to have a surprise or two. I like to think I'm pretty good at figuring the plots out, as well as, who the "bad guy" is, but he got me a couple times with this one. I'd tell you where and with what but that would spoil it for all those who haven't yet read it. This is definitely a mystery worth reading. The second 5 stars is for the editor. It's so refreshing to read a book without any incorrect spell-checked words.You know what I mean. You're typing along, pause to proof read what you've just written, only to find out spell-check inserted the wrong word. I noticed none of those in the entire 430 pages. I didn't have to go back once to reread a...

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes

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