The Finnish girl
auteur: Johan D'Haveloose
Johan D’Haveloose is a retired lecturer. He used to teach English and Intercultural Communication. Johan lives with his wife and two dachshunds in the Flemish countryside. His vast experience in education, his two grandchildren and the many friends at home and abroad together with the long walks with his dogs, prove an invaluable source of inspiration and offer the author a harmonious background for his writing.
‘The Finnish Girl’ (simultaneously published in Dutch as ‘Het Finse Meisje’) is the author’s third Bonnard & Brunello thriller after ‘Moordgriet’ and ‘De Sterspeler’.
Johan D’Haveloose already published ‘Dasha, the dazzling Dachshund’, a humorous little jewel in English, and a book for children entitled ‘Waar is Oscar?’
Who murdered Pippa, the dazzling Finnish student? Was it a fellow student? A professor? One of her many friends in the glittering Gent nightlife? Bonnard and Brunello too have their relationship put to the test. How will things develop? You will no doubt be carried away by this voluptuous tango of excitement, lust and humour.
“The reader will not only be thrilled to bits, but also enjoy D’Havelooses humour, which he believes to be so important.”
(Het Nieuwsblad on ‘De Sterspeler’)