I found the plot to be a bit too convenient, information happens to fall into Sam’s lap just at the right time, I did enjoy the Russian/British interaction
The detail Nesbø brings to his characters & to Oslo is riveting and compelling. Nesbø takes the reader into nooks of the city where tourists rarely venture
The mystery is the way the investigation unfolds, layer by layer while the reader is privy to how the murder was done is a unique way to tell a story
The third book of the series if finely crafted much like the first, interlacing between the good and the bad, the intelligence agencies, the police and media.
This is a fun book; the book can be ridiculous at times and riveting at others. Salander, who was somewhat believable in the first novel is taken to extremes