In the third riotously funny, unforgettable installment in internationally bestselling author Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg’s League of Pensioners series, Martha and the League’s latest escapade has them headed for the French Riviera.
Martha and her friends are sitting quite comfortably in Sweden. A little too comfortably. Determined to do more for their fellow pensioners—and jazz things up for themselves—they’re up to their usual antics: bank robberies, money laundering, and figuring out how to disappear in a garbage-truck-cum-getaway-car. They have their sights set on building a resort village for seniors, but that’s going to take money. Lots of money.
While jealously stalking their millionaire neighbor Carl on Facebook, Anna-Greta’s scroll through photos of luxury yachts on the Riviera gives her an idea that just might solve the League’s cash problem. When she shares the harebrained scheme with the others, they’re all aboard.
The League’s plan to cheat billionaires out of their luxury yachts in the South of France’s sun-bleached Saint-Tropez soon turns into the heist of their lives with the police hot on their heels—not to mention a couple of ruthless ex-cons. Now this wily group of walker-equipped conspirators are hell-bent on accomplishing their dangerous mission—no matter the consequences.