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There might be hope for those Stieg Larsson aficionados that are lamenting the publication of his final book.
Two early science fiction stories by the late crime novelist have been uncovered at the Swedish National Library in Stockholm.
Library spokesman Hakan Farje says it received the two short stories as a private donation in 2007.
Farje says Larsson sent them to a Swedish science fiction magazine when he was 17, hoping to have them published, but the magazine rejected them. AP reports.