The Last Kashmiri Rose - Barbara Cleverly Reviews
Description:ISBN 1845298098 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Barbara Cleverly / Edition: Re-issue / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published ... more
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by - written on 26/02/10, updated on 19/07/13 (Very useful, 106 readings)
After reading Barbara Cleverly's 'Tug of War' which I borrowed from the library, I decided to start reading the Joe Sandilands series in order - as a fan of historical fiction and crime mysteries, and the 1920s in particular, these books intrigued me, and that's how I came to read 'The Last Kashmiri Rose', which is actually the writer's first ever novel - and a highly acclaimed one, being named one of the best crime thrillers of 2002 by the New York Times. The book, set in India in 1922, features Commander Joe Sandilands of Scotland Yard who, while on secondment in India, is called in by the Governor of Bengal to investigate a series of mysterious deaths of ... Read the complete review
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