The Bangalore Detectives Club
- The Bangalore Detectives Club Series, Book 1
- Narrated by: Radhika Aggarwal
- Length: 7 hrs and 51 mins
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Murder and mayhem...monsoon season is coming.
Solving crimes isn't easy.
Add a jealous mother-in-law and having to wear a flowing sari into the mix, and you've got a problem.
When clever, headstrong Kaveri moves to Bangalore to marry Doctor Ramu, she's resigned herself to a quiet life.
But that all changes the night of the party at the Century Club, where she escapes to the garden for some peace—and instead spots an uninvited guest in the shadows. Half an hour later, the party turns into a murder scene.
When a vulnerable woman is connected to the crime, Kaveri becomes determined to save her and launches a private investigation to find the killer, tracing his steps from an illustrious brothel to an Englishman's mansion. She soon finds that sleuthing in a sari isn't as hard as it seems when you have a talent for maths, a head for logic and a doctor for a husband.
And she's going to need them all as the case leads her deeper into a hotbed of danger, sedition and intrigue in Bangalore's darkest alleyways....
Book one in the Bangalore Detectives Club series.
Includes a bonus chapter of delicious Indian recipes.
If you love murder mystery series like Alexander McCall Smith's The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, Vaseem Khan's Baby Ganesh Agency and Ovidia Yu's Crown Colony series, you won't want to miss The Bangalore Detectives Club, book one in a brand-new series from Harini Nagendra.
"A gorgeous debut mystery with a charming and fearless sleuth...spellbinding." (Sujata Massey)
"The first in an effervescent new mystery series...a treat for historical mystery lovers looking for a new series to savor (or devour)." (New York Times)
"A delight." (Catriona McPherson)
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what is the point of writing a historical novel just to put 21st century characters at the centre of it? The protagonist and her husband are too modern and progressive in their thinking, making it unrealistic