Book Reviews of The Copenhagen Connection

The Copenhagen Connection
The Copenhagen Connection
Author: Elizabeth Peters
ISBN-13: 9780931773112
ISBN-10: 0931773113
Publication Date: 2/1989
Pages: 320
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Critics Choice Paperbacks/Lorevan Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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Story is typical mystery but no real surprises. Peters as always is a good author whether the story itself is middle-of-the-road effort.
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Another delightful light mystery from the author of the 'Amelia Peabody, Egyptologist' series.
On a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Copenhagen a young woman gets caught up in intrigue and double-dealing, kidnapping and art thievery.
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Good read, but a good deal of poetic license was taken with the discriptions of the area between the airport and my beautiful city of Copenhagen. History wise some was fact some just added to make a story. But a good evenings read.
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her stand alone stories are just as good as her "Emelia Peabody" stories.
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A strange twist of fate brings Elizabeth Jones face to face with her idol, the brilliant, eccentric historian Margaret Rosenberg, at the Copenhagen Airport. An even stranger accident makes Elizabeth the esteemed scholar's new private assistant. But luck can go from good to bad in an instant -- and less than twenty-four hours later, the great lady is kidnapped by persons unknown. Suddenly desperate in a foreign land, Elizabeth must cast her lot with Rosenberg's handsome, insufferable son Christian in hopes of finding her vanished benefactor. On a trail that leads from modern wonders to ancient mystery, a determined young woman and an arrogant "prince" must uncover shocking secrets carefully guarded in the beautiful Danish city. And they must survive a mysterious affair that is turning darker and deadlier by the hour.
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A fun read!
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Ok, not great.