Bill Bergson, Master Detective (novel) facts for kids
|Original title||Mästerdetektiven Blomkvist|
|Illustrator||Louis S. Glanzman|
|Publisher||Rabén & Sjögren|
Published in English
|Followed by||Bill Bergson Lives Dangerously|
Bill Bergson, Master Detective (original Swedish title Mästerdetektiven Blomkvist) is a children's novel by Astrid Lindgren. It is the first in the series about the Swedish boy detective, in English translation named Bill Bergson (Swedish name: Kalle Blomkvist).
Bill Bergson investigates his friend's mysterious cousin, who is behaving suspiciously, and solves the mystery of a jewel robbery.
Bill and five of his friends also play a mock war game, with the White Roses and the Red Roses vying for possession of an unusual stone.
There is a film based on the book, Bill Bergson, Master Detective, produced in 1947.
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