The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel meets The Italian Job in internationally-bestselling author Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg's witty and insightful comedy of errors about a group of delinquent seniors whose desire for a better quality of life leads them to rob and ransom priceless artwork. Martha Andersson may be seventy-nine-years-old and live in a retirement home, but that doesn't mean she's ready to stop enjoying life. So when the new management of Diamond House starts cutting corners to save money, Martha and her four closest friends-The Genius, The Rake, Christina and Anna-Gretta (a.k.a. The League of Pensioners)-won't stand for it. Fed up with early bedtimes and overcooked veggies, this group of feisty seniors sets about to regain their independence, improve their lot, and stand up for seniors everywhere. Their solution? White collar crime. What begins as a relatively straightforward robbery of a nearby luxury hotel quickly escalates into an unsolvable heist at the National Museum. With police baffled and the Mafia hot on their trail, the League of Pensioners has to stay one walker's length ahead if it's going to succeed.. Told with all the insight and humor of A Man Called Ove or Where'd You Go Bernadette?, The Little Old Lady Who Broke All the Rules is a delightful and heartwarming novel that goes to prove the adage that it's not the years in your life that count, it's the life in your years.
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by Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg
by Camilla Way
by Alyssa Cole
by Tim Dorsey
by Rita Mae Brown, Sneaky Pie Brown
"Narrator Patience Tomlinson portrays a cast of charming geriatrics in this somewhat silly but amusing audiobook. Tomlinson portrays Martha Andersson, a 79-year-old Swedish pensioner, as a typically querulous grandmother who discovers her rebellious courage when her retirement home cuts too many corners. Martha's four cronies are clearly distinguished in Tomlinson's reading, including the retired navy man who is still suave with the ladies and the former banker who always knows best. But Tomlinson shines brightest in the narration of the almost slapstick adventures of the old folks as they execute a museum art heist in an effort to be put in prison, which surely will offer more amenities than their parsimonious and dreary senior home. N.M.C. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"
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