The Norwegian Bergvik family have ventured to Venice for a holiday filled with art, culture and a bit of fun! However, a strange, odd, looking couple at their hotel have raised young David’s suspicions. After overhearing their conversation, he’s sure something sinister is about to take place. Or is it just his overactive imagination? But when a Picasso is stolen from the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, it seems David could be right after all. Will his quick thinking detective skills save not only the painting but his younger brother as well?
Mystery, intrigue and danger aplenty in the first in this translated series of bestselling Scandi Noir from Norway. The series introduces classic art, geography and language from around the world.
Written by Bjørn Sortland
Bjørn Sortland is an award-winning author from Norway whose works span children’s, YA and adult fiction. The complete Art Detective series of 16 titles has sold over a million copies in his native Norway and has been sold around the world in 20 languages and counting!
Illustrated by Trond Bredesen
Trond Bredesen’s unique illustration style perfectly compliments the slightly dark and sinister world that Bjørn has created.
Format: B-format paperback
Size: 255 x 230 mm
Age range: 8+
Issues/Topic areas: Detectives, mystery, Venice, art, Picasso