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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Mikhail Blomkvist
She's back, that strange enigma of a woman with a dragon tattoo, who has played with fire, and in her latest adventure has kicked a hornet's nest in Sweden's national government.
But when she goes home to her sprawling apartment where only three rooms are furnished, the doorbell rings and she knows it can only be Blomkvist, who tells her, "I'm a good friend who's visiting a good friend. If I'm welcome, that is."