It is Easter holiday, and Clara is back at her grandparents place in England, this time with her friend Emilie. When her grandmother breaks her leg, the girls are allowed to go into London on their own. They are after all just going to do some shopping on Oxford Street. But then they see a man getting beaten down, and when they try to help him he passes them a small square item and whispers "Don´t go to the Police".
Clara has promised everyone that she no longer will be playing detective, so the girls hurry back to the train station. But it is not their fault that they are followed...
Thirteen year old Clara has a tendency to get herself tangled up in mysteries and crime, and the series about her has an enthusiastic following of young readers.
Winner of the BOKSLUKER AWARD 2016.
Other books in the series:
Nightmare in Venice
The lost Cambridge-manuscript
The Stockholm Nobel-mystery
The Paris Diamond-hunt
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