When Ana Smyth inherits Albert Einstein's violin case and sells it on eBay, she 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. The Case of Einstein's Violin is a rollicking mystery that caroms from Oregon to a Green monastery, an Italian cyclotron, the Slovenian Alps, and the German city where Einstein was born.
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February 01, 2010
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