Need help with a question
I just finished the second book and had a question:
I was wondering how Salander knew about the connection between Bjurman and Zala when she talked to Dag and Mia? It is revealed at the end that the reason Dag Svensson called Bjurman (which subsequently led to the murders) was because Lisbeth had questioned him about Bjurman. What reason did she have for even bringing up Bjurman’s name? At that point in the story she shouldn’t have known about the connection between Zala and Bjurman. Isn’t this true, or am I missing something? Can someone please clear this up for me? Thanks!
Posted by Bart , 15 July 2010