The novel of Georgi Tenev "Party Headquarters" won the Foundation Award VICK as a novel of the year (2007). The action develops in the 1980s and 1990s during the transition from the communist regime to democracy. The book is a love story, a parody, and a thriller for a political scam at the same time. The beginning introduces the reader to the meeting between the protagonist and a strange girl, the daughter of an old high-ranking party man who is on his deathbed. The party veteran asks the young man to take a suitcase full of one and a half million euros. Thus, the novel starts to play with one of the most popular modern Bulgarian myths: the suitcases with money guided by the party conspiracy during the transition period.