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Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PMBy Paul Mann

As a police detective in Bombay, Inspector George Sansi is used to struggling for order in one of the world s most exuberantly chaotic cities But the mutilated corpse discovered in Bollywood the Hollywood of India taxes even Sansi s formidable skills Could the murder have been a cult initiation gone hideously wrong Was it the work of a serial killer Was the victim killAs a police detective in Bombay, Inspector George Sansi is used to struggling for order in one of the world s most exuberantly chaotic cities But the mutilated corpse discovered in Bollywood the Hollywood of India taxes even Sansi s formidable skills Could the murder have been a cult initiation gone hideously wrong Was it the work of a serial killer Was the victim killed as part of a political cover up Answering these questions will take Sansi from Bombay s teeming slums to the film community s palaces of excess and the menacing haunts of India s underworld It will uncover a web of corruption that stretches from the powerful to the desperately powerless And it will leave him running for his life.
  • Title: Season of the Monsoon
  • Author: Paul Mann
  • ISBN: 9781933397078
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback

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Tomi-Ann Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
These three mysteries, set in India, are somewhat greusome, but really engrossing The main character is a blue eyed half English Indian guy named George Sansi, whose mother is a cool intellectual feminist The murders to be solved are somewhat horrifying, but the books show you this fascinating, seedy, ganster side of Bombay These books are hard to put down
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Elizabeth Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
I really liked this book, which I read for my mystery book club, on a number of levels I learned a bit about Indian culture, about the relationship between India and Britain, and about the hijas homosexuals and transgendered folks in India Mann presented some good moral dilemmas what is real justice, should some people be worth than others, where does justice end and politics take over Considering our current political situation, this book written in the 1990s seemed quite timely I liked the m [...]
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Deon Stonehouse Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
If you like edgy, well written mysteries with intricate plots and interesting characters this is just the ticket A mutilated corpse floats to the surface of a Bollywood lake Inspector George Sansi will turn Mumbai upside down looking for the killer, from high society, to gangsters, to the film industry, to slum dwellers, the threads leading to the killer will take him down dark alleys and into the past His search will pit him against powerful interests India is a vast country, with a dense popul [...]
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Piyush Chourasia Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
A little known book written about Mumbai I wouldn t have come across, if not for the recommendation and subsequent lending by a friend The book is no piece of literature, but it is fast paced with enough drama to keep the reader hooked While the book is based on the city I live in, the time frame of the story being 20 years back which makes it a bit difficult to relate the Mumbai of those times, the thus achieved historic element of the book makes up it.
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Daelith Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
I got about 68 pages into this book and decided I didn t care to continue Too much detail into the slums and the corruption of the government, police, street gangs etc When the little bit I read was focused on the mystery, I was okay with it I understand we probably need some back ground info, but it was distracting me.
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Rachel Keith Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
this book helped push forward mn beloved interest in india, encouraging my goal of someday visiting there i love the description, i love that no one knows about this author, and i dont even love most mystery books but really love this one i found his other 2 novels that were sequels to this book and loved them just as much.
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Diane Clavette Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
Absolutely a delicious read Transported to India, having the characters become known to you quickly, helps one feel enmeshed in the culture of India and the culture of crime and corruption Unsettles to the core A great read.
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Maggie Drake Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
Grisley murders set in Bombay great lead character and background descriptions of India
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Suraj Alva Jan 25, 2020 - 23:24 PM
The narrative is a little bit too weak when in comparison with the rich details, but overall, a tremendous work of a thriller
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Season of the Monsoon By Paul Mann As a police detective in Bombay, Inspector George Sansi is used to struggling for order in one of the world s most exuberantly chaotic cities But the mutilated corpse discovered in Bollywood the Hollywood of India taxes even Sansi s formidable skills Could the murder have been a cult initiation gone hideously wrong Was it the work of a serial killer Was the victim killAs a police detective in Bombay, Inspector George Sansi is used to struggling for order in one of the world s most exuberantly chaotic cities But the mutilated corpse discovered in Bollywood the Hollywood of India taxes even Sansi s formidable skills Could the murder have been a cult initiation gone hideously wrong Was it the work of a serial killer Was the victim killed as part of a political cover up Answering these questions will take Sansi from Bombay s teeming slums to the film community s palaces of excess and the menacing haunts of India s underworld It will uncover a web of corruption that stretches from the powerful to the desperately powerless And it will leave him running for his life.

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