The dashing grey-eyed policeman, poster boy of the Calcutta Police Station, Inspector Bikram, has landed a case that refuses to solve itself out. CT correspondent The police are still fumbling with the murder of the small-time film producer, Piloo Adhikary, found dead with his two dogs on Diwali night. Assumed to be a simple crime of passion, the so-called wife being the prime suspect, the case grew murkier when her body was found floating in a pond. The clues point to a larger racket of money laundering, shady business deals and small-time illegal arms deals, the involvement of Gaur Mohan Lal, a wheeler dealer of some clout in the film industry, and Morari Koyal, the owner of a fishing trawler. Will Bikram be able to expose the murky underbelly of the cityas most affluent and influential?instructions not to touch anything and to keep a sharp eye on her, and finally, ran to the police station to report the crime. ... flushed withimportance and excitement asBiswas grudgingly hauled him into the back of his scarlet Maruti Gypsy andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Dead Don't Confess|
|Publisher||:||Penguin UK - 2013-09-15|