Two Stieg Larsson Unpublished Stories Found

Stieg Larsson

Two unpublished stories by the late novelist Stieg Larsson have been discovered in Sweden. The science fiction tales “The Crystal Balls” and “The Flies” were received by the Swedish National Library as part of a private donation in 2007. When Larsson was 17 years old, he sent the two stories to Jules Verne, a science fiction magazine in Sweden. The magazines rejected the work.

Larsson was in the midst of writing his Millennium series when he died of a heart attack at the very young age of 50. The completed books in the series are “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, “The Girl Who Played with Fire” and “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest”. He was writing the fourth novel when his untimely death occurred.

The Swedish National Library’s spokesperson, Hakan Farje thinks that Larsson’s heirs have the right to decide whether to publish the stories.

(Source: CBS News)

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