Welcome to the exciting and entertaining world of Olivia Henriksen. On one of her daily rambles with her dog on the idyllic island of Ankerholmen near Tønsberg, she stumbles across something that will turn her orderly world upside down: hanging from a rope on the veranda of the Nilsen family’s cabin, the body of big shot local advocate, Fridtjof Pedersen. The Police are soon involved, but Olivia can’t resist doing a bit of sleuthing on her own. The Occupancy Requirement has clearly lethally inflamed local passions on this usually peaceful island. Nobody escapes unscathed.
A `cuddly crime novel’ with charm – so refreshing to encounter an author who dares to step outside the usual well-trodden literary paths.
Finn Stenstad, Tonsbergs Blad
Sometimes it’s a treat to open a crime novel that isn’t simply dripping with gore.
Geir Vestad, Hamar Arbeiderblad