by Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg
If Dorsey is not quite your preference, perhaps this comedy of errors will be more up your alley. It’s an internationally-bestselling book about some senior citizens who just couldn’t take “senior living” anymore. Fed up with their retirement-home lifestyle, they plot to find an escape to a more fulfilling life. But to do so, they need a more fulfilled pocket book. Hence, a little white-collar crime is planned. “Little” somehow morphs into a major heist at the National Museum, resulting in not just the police looking for them but the Mafia as well. Ingelman infuses this heartwarming story with such humor that it just might inspire us all to re-think how we want to spend whatever time we have left in this life.