Monday, April 11
Blomkvist writes two lengthy articles focused on the deaths of Johansson and Svensson: who they were, what they were working on, and who killed them and why.
Gullberg visits the new chief of the Section, Birger Wadensjoo, a man he does not really know. They discuss changes in the Section; it is smaller and perhaps more efficient now, but if problems arise it is still so secret it does not exist. Two men join them. Gullberg knows Georg Nystrom; Jonas Sandberg introduces himself as the man who visited Zalachenko. They discuss how things fell...
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