The Guardian reviews Eva Gabrielsson’s book on her life with Stieg Larsson

“Stieg Larsson’s partner: ‘It’s odd to have to prove our life together existed’
Eva Gabrielsson and bestselling writer Stieg Larsson had always wanted to marry. But his sudden death didn’t just deprive her of her wedding day, it also plunged her into a nightmare of legal wrangling.”
Read the article in The Guardian: http://alturl.com/hxboh

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One response to “The Guardian reviews Eva Gabrielsson’s book on her life with Stieg Larsson

  1. Bizarre. For example she is said in the Guardian piece to say that it is disloyal for a newspaper to criticise S Larsson’s writing! I think this shows a complete lack of understanding of a reviewer’s or commenter’s role. I don’t understand why there is so much about why they did not marry – they had 30 years to decide. All very strange, I think discretion is the better part of valour.

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