The Girl in the Spider’s Web by David Lagercrantz | LJ Review


Stieg Larsson fans can breathe easy. The new Lisbeth Salander thriller by David Lagercrantz is compulsively readable to the electrifying end.

Editors’ Picks | Day of Dialog 2015

City on Fire

From a double biography of two of the 20th century’s most famous women (Karin Wieland’s Dietrich & Riefenstahl: Hollywood, Berlin, and a Century in Two Lives, Liveright: Norton, Oct.) to an ambitious 900-page debut novel set in 1970s New York City (Garth Risk Hallberg’s City on Fire, Knopf, Oct.), many of the key forthcoming fall […]

Q&A: Tariq Ali

Tariq Ali

LJ talks to writer and filmmaker Tariq Ali, who shares his thoughts on Stieg Larsson’s work.

Graphic novels with Tarzan, Atomic Robo, Salander, Hartlepool Monkey, & the Twelve | Xpress Reviews


Tarzan swings again, Atomic Robo is framed, last people on Earth, Lisbeth Salander resurfaces, the Napoleonic Wars never end, Escapo ends too quickly, revisiting a classic cliff-hanger, and “a thrilling novel of tomorrow”

When Fiction Meets Fact: Stieg Larsson & Olof Palme

Olaf Palme

Swedish Prime Ministor Olof Palme was assassinated in 1986. Best-selling author and investigative reporter Stieg Larsson examined the crime and left 15 boxes of documents for police. But did he identify the right suspect in the killing?

Stieg Larsson Stats: By the Numbers

Stieg Larsson Stats: By the Numbers