Born in Denmark in
1947, two years after the end of World War II. Twenty years
later, with Copenhagen as her base, she travelled Europe
during the Cold War getting a first-hand experience of the
people and cultures on the old continent. Her sense of
adventure later urged her to move to Australia where her
children were raised. After ten years, she decided it was
time to return to her roots, and she resettled in her native
A coincidence brought her into the world of journalism resulting in
countless articles and radio interviews. With her contacts
in the intelligence and the resistance movement, she was
given insight into secret deals and covert operations which
took place during WWII. Her keen interest in history, led to
her co-authoring a series of non-fiction books.
Publications include seven books Odyssey to the Balkans –
A Travelogue'(English 2016). The Persecuted
(Danish 1994), Jane Horney – Dead or Alive (1996),
Who Was the Enemy – the Man Without a Face (2004),
The Final Operation (2007), Jane Horney – Agent for
the Queen (2011).
It is time for a
lifestyle change. She and her new lover pack some clothes,
food and Banjo, the dog into her old Peugeot and take off.
The destination – the Pyramids in Bosnia Herzegovina where
she has plans to live out her days.
The journey begins in
North Jutland in Denmark. Along the way, unexpected
surprises and revelations challenge her beliefs, ambitions
and emotions and so the odyssey begins.
Eventually, the past
and the present begin to merge until, little by little, like
a jig-saw, the true destination is revealed.
Odyssey to the
Balkans is a courageous attempt to make sense of a
complicated and troubled world where each and every one of
us strives for peace, love and happiness.
Published MARCH 2017
ISBN 9781 544772660
Release MAY 2017
Format:133 x 203mm
525x8 Trade Paperback
Extant 162 pp
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