I rarely read a series back-to-back, but this one called for it. I'm glad I had the second book ready so I could keep up with a growing cast of characters and try to keep all the events straight. There is a lot going on in this book as we foolow Lisbeth and Mikhail on two different paths to solve the same crime. In this book, two of Mikhail's colleagues are brutally murdered and Lisbeth is blamed. A massive manhunt begins to find what the papers characterize as a violent, Satanic sociopath. Lisbeth manages to elude capture because, contrary to what the media is reporting, she is incredibly smart and wily. Like the first book, this one has way too much violence and sexual content and would be better without it. But the action is gripping and the mystery unfolds layer by layer, drawing you in. The end of this book is a definite cliff-hanger which explains why I downloaded the third to my Kindle. More on that in the next review.
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