Anne Holt
May-Britt, March-Britt and the Peachy Pug

May-Britt, March-Britt and the Peachy Pug is the second book in the series about the two friends. It’s August and the girls are just about to start third grade. May-Britt is overjoyed that her first-ever best friend will be in her class. And sure enough, the schoolyard becomes quite a different place with March-Britt at her side. Already the first day in school, everyone finds out that one better be on good terms with the eccentric new girl, March-Britt. And all is well until it’s clear that March-Britt was actually telling the truth when she claimed to be the WBUSP: World’s Best Undiscovered Soccer Player. Soccer is high on the list of things that May-Britt feels anxious about, and she is afraid she might lose her new friend. Being in school together turns out to be much more complicated than playing just the two of them, like they did all summer. But on a school swimming trip, May-Britt realizes that there is at least one thing she is much better at than her sporty friend. And after saving the day – as well as her best friend’s life – May-Britt becomes the celebrated hero of the class. And perhaps best of all: she gets to keep the adorable puppy she found in the street.

Anne Holt

Anne Holt

Anne Holt (b. 1958) is one of Scandinavia’s most successful crime writers with 7 million copies sold around the world. Holt is a former Minister of Justice, Police Attorney, lawyer running her own firm, journalist, and TV news editor and anchor. Her novels are intelligent, accessible and suspenseful, with engaging and intriguing protagonists. Tight-knit crime plots are paired with a focus on relational drama. Anne Holt is the author of two extremely successful crime series: the Inger Johanne Vik series (five installments) and the Hanne Wilhelmsen series (nine installments to date).

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Germany, Oetinger
Italy, Salani
Norway, Vigmostad & Bjørke
Sweden, Piratförlaget

Other titles

In Dust and Ashes
Beyond The Truth
No Echo
Dead Joker
The Lion’s Mouth
Death of the Demon
Blessed Are Those Who Thirst
Blind Goddess
Sudden Death
What Dark Clouds Hide
Fear Not
Madam President
What Never Happens
What Is Mine
May-Britt & March-Britt

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The Great Calibre Award of Honor, Poland, 2012
The Cappelen Prize, Norway, 2001
The Norwegian Booksellers’ Prize, Norway, 1995
The Riverton Prize (Best Norwegian Crime Novel of the Year), Norway, 1994

Edited October 06, 2017 by Salomonsson Agency