The Copenhagen Connection (novel)

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The Copenhagen Connection is a 1982 mystery novel by American writer Barbara Mertz published under the pseudonym Elizabeth Peters . It tells the story of American scholar Elizabeth Jones who during a sabbatical in Copenhagen, Denmark, meets her idol, brilliant Nobel Prize-Laureate Margaret Rosenberg in Copenhagen Airport and becomes her private assistant. Shortly after, Rosenberg is kidnapped and Jones sets out to find her.[1]

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  1. ^ "The Copenhagen Connection". Harper Collins Publishers. Retrieved 2010-04-17.