Ines Eberl grew up in Berlin and Paris and studied law in Salzburg. She gathered her first journalistic experience in the newsroom at ORF, then returned to academia to conduct research at the Institute for European Legal History on German contemporary history, in particular the Third Reich and Nazi legislation. Ines Eberl is a member of the International League for Human Rights. Today she works at a law firm as a licensed lawyer whose passion for writing remains. After completing multiple suspense novels, she is now a roundtable member for International Thriller Writers and belongs to the English Crime Writers’ Association.