Stieg Larsson, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (London, 2008), p. 261.
Investigating the disappearance of a young woman, Harriet Vanger, Mikael Blomkvist finds some comic books on a bookshelf:
- also a copy of Lektyr magazine.
has studied photographs of Harriet and others taken on the day when she
disappeared. He intuits that he has spotted something significant in
one of the photos but does not yet know what it is. This rings true. It
sounds like the experience of other fictional detectives including Poul
Anderson's Trygve Yamamura and Anderson's other characters, Nicholas van
Rijn and Dominic Flandry, who must also apply detective skills to