Elizabeth Jones went to Copenhagen thinking only of quiet study. then an accident brought her into the inner circle of Nobel prize-winning historian Margaret Rosenberg, and Margaret's scornful son Christian. in a foreign world of glamor and intrigue she tried her best to ignore him--but when Margaret is kidnapped by unknown men who demand an improbable ransom, Elizabeth and Christian are thrown together in a heartstopping chase to save Margaret's life--and their own...
About the Author
Barbara Mertz, who is Barbara Michaels and Elizabeth Peters, holds a Ph.D. in Egyptology from the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Her first published works were nonfiction books on Egypt. Her first novel, also her first Barbara Michaels novel, was The Master of Blacktower, a mystery. Barbara Michaels writes thriller and mysteries, many with supernatural elements, including The Grey Beginning and Here I Stay.
Elizabeth Peters writes primarily mystery/suspense, most notably the Amelia Peabody, Vicky Bliss, and Jacqueline Kirby titles. Books under the Peters name include: The Copenhagen Connection, The Jackal's Head, Die For Love, The Ape Who Guards the Balance, Trojan Gold, and Lord of the Silence.
Barbara Mertz has been President of the American Crime Writers League and a member of the Board of Governors of The American Research Center in Egypt. She has been named a Grandmaster by the Mystery Writers of America. She lives in Maryland.
"Elizabeth Peter's many fans can count on her for romantic mysteries, full of action and suspense, and The Copenhagen Connection is no exception."--Publishers Weekly