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The Sane Psychopath
It is a murder mystery but written a bit more in the police procedural style. The two police inspectors involved — Inspector Saralkar and PSI Motkar are very likable and the interaction between the two is fun. Get out, Motkar! You ought to be a clerk in one of those fancy companies that give paternity leave! The list of suspects is long, and there are tons of red herrings scattered throughout the book.
The procedural details of the investigation is good. However, the pacing of the book could have been improved.
One important revelation is held back only because the concerned person who can provide this information has gone traveling in Switzerland. In this day and age, it seems a bit hard to believe that just because someone is abroad, he is impossible to reach, and that the police have to wait till he gets back to find out what he knows.
It was a good page-turner. Originally I had planned to take this book with me to Dubai, because mysteries and holidays go hand in hand in my world anyway. But now that I have finished this one, I am on the hunt for some books to pack with me for my travels — nothing literary, preferably suspenseful, and maybe something set in the Middle East?
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Huge thanks to Fingerprint Publications for sending this book to me for review consideration. Purnendu Chatterjee , Book Reviews , 0. As the case unfolds Saralkar finds enough motives for people, be it Ashishs….
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August 29, But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap. Send Sending. Senior Inspector Saralkar has just returned to his desk after attending a Secrets of Living course for police officers in Pune.
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