"I've never met an author who wanted their authorship to rest in peace."
Tasha Robinson: There were some fairly extreme secrecy and security precautions around The Girl In The Spider's Web you wrote it on a computer with no internet access, journalists were only allowed to preview a few hard-copy pages under highly controlled circumstances, that sort of thing. Did any of this affect your writing process? Did it put you in the right paranoid mindset for a book full of hackers, espionage, and conspiracy?
David Lagercrantz: It did, actually! I think it was kind of a paradox, because I wrote about the same world that I was living in. The Edward Snowden scandal was one of the inspi