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The Monsoon Murders

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  • ISBN13:9789382665748
  • ISBN10:9382665749
  • Language:English
  • Author:Karan Parmanandka
  • Binding:Paperback
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  • ISBN13:9789382665748
  • ISBN10:9382665749
  • Language:English
  • Author:Karan Parmanandka
  • Binding:Paperback
  • Pages:200
  • Publisher: Srishti Publishers & Distributors
  • SUPC: SDL648279245

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Dishonourably dismissed from the police force, Roy has been condemned to a life of obscurity. The twist in the tale comes with the murder of a well-known man in the Mumbai finance circle. Roy is hired by the self made tycoon Jayesh Kumar to probe the case. While Roy is excited at the chance at redemption, he fails to understand why he became the chosen one. What looks at first an open and shut case, quite rapidly evolves into a tale of deceit and revenge. Roy must take care not to fall for the suspect, and not to see things as they appear. As his personal life gets tied to the success of the case, the question becomes, not whether he can hav faith in strangers, but whether he can trust his friends. Inspired from real life cases, The Monsoon Murders is a fast-paced detective novel, taking the Indian crime fiction genre to mysterious depths.

About the Author
Having graduated from one of the most prestigious B Schools of India, Karan Parmanandka is currently an investment banker by day and author by night. He loves Kafka, Gaiman, Bergman and Zepplin. He hates tying his shoe laces.

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