Los op Kos (Going wild on Kos)2014



The cousins Quint Keyshainy and Loyce arrive at Kos to spend their holidays with their grandparents, who run apartments there. There are apartments rented out to a bunch of weird people who are very distrustful. That attracts the curiosity of the Keygang. If a fisherman is being abused, his boat is cajoled and Loyce is kidnapped, the bunch goes, with the help of Greek fishermen, an American yachtowner, grandfather and the night watchman 'Going wild on Kos' to get everything back to normal.


The books are written in Dutch.


The story happens on the island of Kos in Greece

A lot of place, situations and people that are part of this novel do really exist and can be found on Kos.
Katerina: Manager of the swimming pool of the Astron Hotel in Kos. She is also a regular visitor of the meetingarea of the appartments of the grandparents. She interacts a lot with the kids because they are a lot of times in the swimmingpool.
Natasa: Manager of the bar and terrace of the Astron. She is particular found of Quint. At the end of the book they go party together.
Akelos: Does not really exist, but he looks (in my fantasy) a lot like the fisherman of the small blue boat in front of the hotel.
Here are a few pictures of places in the book with Dutch comment:

Verloren Doekoe op Corfu (Lost Moola on Corfu)2015



Keyshainy, Quint and Loyce go to Corfu because the friend, Nikolos, of the apartment manager Irene has disappeared. Wandering and searching the island they discover Nikolos is the victim of mistaken identity. The three make every efford to find out where Nikolos is. The help of the Greek bar owner Michalis and draftsman Henri get them on the right track. At the end all join in a manhunt for the offenders.


The books are written in Dutch.


The story happens on the island of Corfu in Greece

A lot of place, situations and people that are part of this novel doe really exist and can be found on Corfu.
Michalis was the bar owner of the Tudor Inn at the square in Gouvia. He sold his bar in 2013 and guides a young girl who ownes a bar in the main street, My Place.
Henri sits in the summertime in front of one of the bars in Gouvia and he makes a lot of caricatures.
Irene, Spiros and Alexia where running hotel Louvre till 2013 and Alex still rents out scooters and motorcycles opposite of the hotel.
Here are a few pictures of places in the book with Dutch comment:

The Keygang is a group of two girls and a boy.

They are cousins of each other. They love to hang out. Each has its own qualities and characteristics, they complement each other perfectly. Loyce is a technically oriented girl who can cook creatively. She loves to dress stylishly and is also very strong. She has a black belt in Taekwondo. Keyshainy is a dark tinted girl with an Antillean father and a Dutch mother. She is multilingual, speaks a little Greek and visits the international school. She does not know yet what she wants to become. Keyshainy is tough and has fun in martial arts. Quint is a tough guy who prefers to work with his hands. He works in the company of his father and always finds solutions to problems they encounter. He likes competitions and finds in Keyshainy a fellow or opponent. The three hang out the most together when they spent their holidays with their grandparents, in one of their apartment complexes. The grandparents have apartments on the islands of Kos, Corfu and Zakynthos and regular move from one location to another. Besides cats on each island, the grandparents have one cat that moves with them anywhere and doesn’t find this a problem. The cat is called Lucky and is especially attached to Keyshainy and fried bacon, the way grandma makes it.

About the writer:

Jeroen Geerts is an association manager with a great love for Greece. Together with Marja, he lives in the quiet village of 's-Gravenzande, where they constantly planning a life in Greece. Moving to Greece is hold back by his grandchildren because they like to be near them. Quint, Loyce and Keyshainy are the oldest grandchildren. The Keygang books are based on them.

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