Pivotal flaw re Salanders new apartment
What I consider the weakest link in the second book is the story about Salander’s luxury apartment which served as her hideout during the police hunt. You may certainly live quite anonymously in a city like STHLM and she bought the apartment through a proxy. BUT: She had furniture delivered there and had some guys from IKEA assemble it for her. Given that her face was supposed to be on the front page of every tabloid in Sweden for many days it seems highly unlikely that none of the guys would have told the police where to find her.
Or am I missing something?
Posted by Martin in Frankfurt , 16 February 2011