Synopses & Reviews
This wacky mystery novel ties in with author William L. Sullivan's popular slide show on "Hiking In Europe." In the novel, an Oregon woman inherits Albert Einstein's violin case, sells it on eBay, and suddenly finds herself dodging international spies. A tip that her long-dead father may be alive sends her racing through Europe to discover her family's past and a lost formula for quantum gravity.
This wacky mystery -- about a violin case with a missing formula -- is set partly on hiking trails in Europe. Mixups with physicists and spies lead from Oregon to a Greek monastery, an Italian cyclortron, the Slovenian Alps, and the German city where Einstein was born. By the bestselling Oregon author of "Listening for Coyote," one of Oregon's "100 Books."