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From "The Case of the Pressed Flowers" to the Serial Killer's Torture Chamber: The Use and Function of Crime Fiction Sub-Genres in Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Bergman, Kerstin LU (2013) In Critical Insights: Crime and Detective Fiction p.38-54
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Stieg Larsson, Crime Fiction, genre, whodunit, psychological thriller, serial killer, genre hybrid, genre diversity, Lisbeth Salander, Mikael Blomkvist, Children's detective fiction, genre transformation, paratexts
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Critical Insights: Crime and Detective Fiction
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Martin, Rebecca
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38 - 54
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Salem Press
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978-1-4298-3822-1
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