Uncle Erik is supposed to take the children on a vacation to Egypt, but he becomes sick. It looks like there won’t be any trip to Egypt, which the children have been looking forward to for ages. However, it’s decided that father will accompany them and everything goes well, until they’re at the airport. Father misses the plane and the children find themselves alone in Cairo. Almost… Their neighbor and arch nemesis Mrs Flinth has also gone to Cairo, to meet her sister, who’s married to the Danish ambassador. After some persuasion, Mrs Flinth agrees to look after the children during their stay in Egypt, but she drives a hard bargain. She wants to take them to boring museums and lectures, while they want to swim in the pool and go to the camel race. Will they once more find a way to get their will through? And will Mrs Flinth soften up?
Danish brilliant pre-teen student Nis uses his summer holiday to learn Latin so he can properly study the Knights Templar inheritance on Bjornholm island from sources. His friends Mathias, a dumb jock, and Kathrine, who only comes to spend time wear her dad, who really wanted a boy, prefer childish fun, but get dragged in his quest for a treasure. Mats’s strength, Kathrine’s connections and even Nis’s bratty kid sister’s blunt remarks contribute to find out about two brotherhoods, heirs of 12th century factions in the Templar order and deal with danger.
Jonas Bechmann, a defense attorney, is a man of the system. Until the day he himself is accused of murder. Taking matters into his own hands, he throws himself into the hunt for a group of blackmailers who threaten to expose him as the killer. But nothing is what it appears to be, and the blackmail links back to his father’s death under mysterious circumstances a year and a half earlier.