Four years ago, an unknown Swedish journalilst delivered three manuscripts to his publishers in Stockholm. These supremely exciting, page-turning thrillers featuring crusading liberal journalist Mikael Blomkvist and distrubing punk heroine Lisbeth Salander became known as the Millenium Trilogy.
The journalist was Stieg Larsson and his books went on to sell more than three million copies in Sweden alone, although he tragically died suddenly aged fifty and never saw the phenomenon which swept the publishing world. It wasn’t long before there were more than 13 million books in 35 countries – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire, and (finally in English on October 1), The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.
I know that anyone who has started the series will be absolutely itching to get their hands on Hornets’ Nest.
We have The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest at an unbeatably low price of $19.95. That’s a massive 39% off the retail price of $32.95 and you certainly won’t find anything better than that!
(Delivery or pick up after publication on October 1).
Meantime, the fans are eagerly awaiting Dragon Tattoo on screen later on this year in Australia.