This book sounds like a must-read, and is sure to be found under thousands upon thousands of Christmas trees here.Tony Halme hangs up his red boxing gloves, but the match is not yet over: the Viking is running for the Parliament, a move that the powers that be are not pleased with.
Several traps are set on his path, but the heavyweight champ dances over them like a butterfly, and strikes like a wasp. The result is a KO election victory: once again the people of Finland have voted wrong.
The first scandal takes place even before the big man walks up the steps of the Parliament, with the mandate of the people in his pocket: what did Tony Halme really say about president Halonen, and why?
Why do Members of Parliament want to travel to Lapland, and why is there French toilet paper in the restrooms?
Halme makes a historical speech to the "senators" [sic], but is disappointed by his collegues, who promise their support in the morning, but turn their backs in the evening. The frustrated fighter works to improve the lives of women, children and war veterans, and because of this gets in the ring one last time, with fateful consequences: he sinks into a coma. There he sees the struggle between Heaven and Hell, which will continue until the tragic finale of his life.
Last Will and Testament is a sequel to Halme's succesful works God Forgives, I don't and Judgment Day. The autobiographical trilogy has been finished by Seppo Porvali.