Sorry if this has already been brought up. I’ve just finished reading the second book (English paperback translation), and on page 43 Bjurman gets the 1991 Police Report, and finds the name of his ‘improbable ally’. I presume that the policeman who wrote the report must be Bjorck, and Zala must be the one named (as Lisbeth’s father). However, on page 344, when Bjorck thinks back to when Bjurman asked for the 1991 report, it seems that Bjurman used the name Zalachenko as a pretext to get hold of it. So why is it such a revelation to Bjurman that Zala is in the 1991 report? Was the fact that Bjorck wrote the file enough to make Bjurman guess that Zala was involved? Am I missing something?
Posted by Ted J. in Birmingham, UK , 12 June 2011