Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg, a former journalist and marine archaeologist, is a Swedish author who has written many books in different genres, including popular science, cartoons, children's and historical fiction. "
" Her individual writing style, featuring depth of insight, and sense of surprise and humour, gives her books a special appeal. So much so that in 1999 she won the prestigious Widding Prize as the best writer of popular history and historical novels. "
" She is the author of the internationally bestselling The Little Old Lady Who Broke All the Rules and The Little Old Lady Who Struck Lucky Again!
It is a book about five people, all over 70, who become tired of the way society treats them. They leave their care home in a bid to launch a new career as thieves because they have noticed that prisoners are treated better in jail than old aged people in an old people’s home!
What is it about the new year that makes us feel that we need to make extreme promises to change ourselves? We're bombarded with messages to get fit, drink less wine, eat more kale and generally become super human. We caught up with Lucy Diamond and Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg&...
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