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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Quarter 4 Blog

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Stieg Larsson
page 160
Harriet Vanger disappeared about forty years ago at a family reunion. Her uncle Henrik Vanger is determined that she didn't disappear, but that she was murdered. I believe that it was her mother Isabella that committed this injustice against her own daughter. I would report that Isabella Vanger committed the murder of her 16 year old daughter Harriet on September 24, 1966. The plot of this book is centered around finding evidence to prove that someone did murder Harriet. At this point I'm not far enough in the book to have any solid evidence or suspect, only who I think did it and what I would look for. Evidence that I would look for would be descriptions of who was there at the family reunion and where they were when she disappeared. I would especially check out her mother's story because she is a number one suspect to me. If Harriet's body was found that would be great evidence or if the murder weapon was found. Since there is so much technology these days anything that could be found may easily be connected to someone at the reunion.

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