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Publisher's Summary

The third incredible novel in the highly acclaimed Malabar House series featuring Persis Wadia, India's first female police detective.

Bombay, 1950

The monsoon has started and as Bombay grapples with rain-induced chaos, a new case arrives at Malabar House. A man has been found frozen in the foothills of the Himalayas, near the town of Dehra Dun, his face crushed. The case is handed to the unflappable Inspector Persis Wadia and the man is christened 'The Ice Man' by the national media. Who is he? How long has he been there? Why was he killed?

As Persis and Metropolitan Police criminalist Archie Blackfinch investigate the case, they uncover a trail left by the enigmatic Ice Man that leads directly into a decades-old conspiracy. Meanwhile, two new murders send ripples of fear through Bombay. Is there a serial killer on the loose? 

Dark, immersive, and full of Vaseem Khan's trademark wit, this is historical fiction at its finest. Book one in this series, Midnight at Malabar House, won the CWA Sapere Books Historical Dagger and was an international ebook best seller.

©2022 Vaseem Khan Ltd (P)2022 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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