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Award-winning crime novelist Abir Mukherjee is back with another brilliant mystery featuring police detective Captain Sam Wyndham and Sergeant Surrender-Not Banerjee, set in 1920s Calcutta.
When a Hindu theologian is found murdered in his home, the city is on the brink of all-out religious war. Can the officers of the Imperial Police Force—Captain Sam Wyndham and Sergeant “Surrender-Not” Banerjee—track down those responsible in time to stop a bloodbath?
Set at a time of heightened political tension, beginning in atmospheric Calcutta and taking the detectives all the way to bustling Bombay, the latest instalment in this remarkable series presents Wyndham and Banerjee with an unprecedented challenge. Will this be the case that finally drives them apart?
Abir Mukherjee has spent the last twenty years working in finance.A Rising Man, his debut novel, won the Harvill Secker/Daily Telegraph crime writing competition and is the first in a new series starring Captain Sam Wyndham and ‘Surrender-Not' Banerjee. Abir is married with two small children and lives in London.
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Praise for the Wyndham & Banerjee Mystery series:
"A thought-provoking rollercoaster." Ian Rankin
"Enthralling." Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
“Mukherjee’s ongoing series is one of the most exciting things happening in the crime fiction world… Mukherjee provides another exhilarating and erudite story.” CrimeReads
"A brilliantly conceived murder mystery set amidst political and social turmoil. Beautifully crafted." C. J. Sansom, New York Times bestselling author
"In his superior third mystery, Mukherjee, who only gets better and better with each book, has established himself as a leading historical mystery writer." Publishers Weekly (starred)
"A phenomenal historical mystery. Thrilling and evocative, darkly funny and surprisingly touching. Mukherjee’s prose is so sharp that the setting feels immediate and vital.” Criminal Element
"Mukherjee’s amazing grasp of the social conventions and mores of both the British and Indians during the Raj period gives authenticity to this historical mystery. Historical mystery buffs will love this novel." Library Journal (starred)