The Great Mediterranean Cheese Heist

Lara Malmqvist (Author) Marietta Gal (Cover Design by)


When Jacob Wheeler embarks on a Mediterranean cruise aboard the SS Canberra, he dreads spending sixteen days with his overbearing granny and his annoying cousin Millie while his grandpa, a world-famous detective, investigates a high-profile cheese theft in Italy.

But when Jacob discovers a suspicious cellphone on a display table of cheese aboard the cruise, he realizes he just might be able to help his grandpa solve his case after all.

Convinced the cellphone belongs to a criminal, Jacob is determined to link suspicious characters aboard the SS Canberra to the mysterious crates being smuggled onto the ship. Certain there's a connection to the Parmigiano Reggiano cheese heists in northern Italy, Millie and Jacob hunt for clues aboard the cruise while avoiding the wrath of Granny and exploring various Mediterranean ports.

But when the hunt heats up, Jacob wonders if they've taken the case too far.

Will he be able to collect enough evidence to help his grandpa? More importantly, will he be able to catch the thieves before the thieves catch him?...

Product Details

Publish Date
April 22, 2019
5.0 X 8.0 X 0.56 inches | 0.74 pounds

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About the Author

When she was eleven years old, Lara Malmqvist attended a private school in England, similar to the one that Jacob and Millie attend in this story. Although the setting was steeped in much history and superstition, and beautiful historic structures, she unfortunately did not discover a stolen seventeenth-century hymnbook at a Domesday Church. The experience did, however, leave an indelible impression on a young girl with a vivid imagination.

Tome Raiders of the Domesday Church is the third book her Jacob Wheeler Mystery series.
Today, Lara works as an engineer and lives in the rolling foothills of southern Alberta with her two kids, three horses, three dogs, and six cats, at last count. You can visit her online at