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Bhendi Bazaar

by Dhamija, Vish

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Author: Dhamija, Vish

Languages: English

Number Of Pages: 364

Binding: Paperback

Package Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.2 x 1.1 inches

Release Date: 25-10-2019

Details: Product Description 1982. Three teenage girls planning a flight from the Soviet Union to the West end up being sold in Bombay's red-light area instead.The murders start a quarter of a century later. The victims are all men. All of them tricks, waiting for trysts with high-class escorts. DCP Rita Ferreira is quick to recognize it as the work of a serial killer; the media isn't far behind. The news sends shock waves through the city: the first serial killer in the living memory of Mumbai is out on the streets. As Rita grapples to establish the killer's pattern, the killer gives her 24 hours to stop the next murder. Can she do that before she becomes the next victim? From the Back Cover 1982. Three teenage girls planning a flight from the Soviet Union to the West end up being sold in Bombay's red-light area instead.The murders start a quarter of a century later. The victims are all men. All of them tricks, waiting for trysts with high-class escorts. DCP Rita Ferreira is quick to recognize it as the work of a serial killer; the media isn't far behind. The news sends shock waves through the city: the first serial killer in the living memory of Mumbai is out on the streets. As Rita grapples to establish the killer's pattern, the killer gives her 24 hours to stop the next murder. Can she do that before she becomes the next victim? About the Author Vish Dhamija is the bestselling author of eight crime fiction books, including Unlawful Justice (2017), The Mogul (2018), The Heist Artist (2019), Bhendi Bazaar (2019), Doosra (2019) and Lipstick (2019). He is frequently referred to in the press as the 'master of crime and courtroon drama' in India. In August 2015, at the release of his first legal fiction, Deja Karma, Glimpse magazine called him 'India's John Grisham' for stimulating the genre of legal fiction in India, which was almost non-existent before his arrival on the scene. Vish lives in London with his wife, Nidhi.