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The girl with the dragon tattoo is back - Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist return in a continuation of Stieg Larsson's Millennium series. Written by Swedish novelist and journalist David Lagercrantz, this much anticipated continuation to one of the loved crime series of the last decade will be published in Sweden as Det som inte dodar oss (What Doesn't Kill You). David Lagercrantz - Ever since his ghost written autobiography of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, I am Zlatan, became a runaway bestseller in more than 20 countries and won the William Hill Sports book of the year, David Lagercrantz has had a steady stream of book offers. But none of them excited him until he was approached to write the continuation of the Millennium Trilogy. This was a commission he could not resist. His work on the fourth book in the series has been rigorously secretive, writing on a computer with no internet connection, delivering the manuscript to his publishers by hand. He is very aware and protective of Stieg Larsson's legacy. He says - 'Stieg Larsson was a master at creating complex stories with a lot of different plot-lines and that was something I was determined to live up to [His writing style] is down to earth and unaffected. But there is a kind of journalistic authoritativeness about his work. I realized early on how idiotic it would be for me just to imitate him. This is my own prose.'
Portrait of a Serial Killer is an unforgettable celebration of India and Indians by one of our most beloved writers. Published on the hundredth anniversary of Khushwant Singhs birth, none of the essays in this collection has been published in book form before. A chilling account of the serial killer Raman Raghav rubs shoulders with an extraordinary portrait of Jawaharlal Nehru followed by an exuberant encounter with Dev Anand, as well as nearly twenty other profiles of saints, charlatans, writers, singers, politicians and other arresting characters. Another section of the book contains vivid sketches of various parts of the country - an unspoilt tribal village in Bihar, the fire of a gulmohar forest in Bokaro, the strange goings-on in the expat community in Darjeeling, a small community in the hinterland that is terrorized by a sudden invasion of snakes, and a bittersweet paean to Delhi, among others. There are also essays that provide insights into familiar characteristics of India - obnoxious VIPs, violence against women, corruption, amiable lunatics, idiot lawyers, stud bulls, Indian men and much else besides. Elegiac, witty and compelling, this is a book that will delight Khushwant Singhs numerous fans as well as anyone with an interest in contemporary India.
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