The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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Summary

Things in the condemned building go along well for another few years. Holger One and Celestine are occupied while the Chinese girls and the American potter do a successful business in their Han pottery. Another round of Swedish elections occur; a new Prime Minister is elected, and once again Holger Two's attempts to give the bomb away are rebuffed. Nombeko begins to think that someone famous must get close to the PM or the King in order to tell them their dilemma with the bomb. It is 1991, and the world seems to have calmed down.

The pottery business takes a dangerous turn when a man buys up all of the "authentic" Han pieces in the area and tries to sell them to a reputable auction house, to which the girls had sold a handful of pieces over the past few years. The man is...

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