Eva Gabrielsson, the longtime partner of the late Swedish writer Stieg Larsson says he wouldn't have approved of a clothing line and other merchandising linked to this week's release of a Hollywood adaptation of his novel, "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo." Gabrielsson says that Larsson would have used the buzz around his work to call attention to violence and discrimination against women, not to market products. Larsson and Gabrielsson were never married. Larsson left no will and when he died his substantial estate went to his family.