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    Stieg Larsson's so-called Millennium trilogy is a publishing phenomenon: Worldwide sales total 40 million copies in just four years and average 50,000 a day in the United States.
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    Eva Gabrielsson was the longtime partner of Swedish novelist Stieg Larsson, whose so-called Millennium trilogy, beginning with "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," has become an enormous international best-seller. Gabrielsson hinted that when Larsson died at age 50 of a massive heart attack, he left behind part of a fourth novel in the series.
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    Swedish novelist Stieg Larsson at work. One controversial claim connected to his novels is whether Larsson wrote them unaided or with extensive help, perhaps from his longtime partner, Eva Gabrielsson.
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    Stieg Larsson's younger brother, Joakim Larsson, and father, Erland Larsson, are in a dispute with Larsson's longtime partner, Eva Gabrielsson. Gabrielsson did not inherit the rights to Larsson's works or any part of his estimated $40 million estate.
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    Stieg Larsson the author of "Millenium Trillogy" and his companion Eva Gabrielsson.
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