* A SUNDAY TIMES CRIME BOOK OF THE MONTH *’Hugely entertaining’ – ANN CLEEVES’An outstanding debut’ – SUNDAY TIMES____________________________________Ex-detective Kamil Rahman is embroiled in a case that might just change his life – for better or for worse . . . Disgraced detective Kamil Rahman moves from Kolkata to London to start afresh as a waiter in an Indian restaurant.
But the peace of his new life is soon shattered. The day Kamil caters an extravagant party, the powerful host, Rakesh, is found dead in his swimming pool. Suspicion falls on Rakesh’s young and glamorous new wife, and Kamil is called to investigate for the family.
Kamil and Anjoli, his boss’s daughter, prove a winning team – yet as the case progresses, and their relationship grows, the events of Kamil’s past threaten to catch up with him . . . ____________________________________’A rip-roaring mystery that’s engrossing from start to finish’ – ABIR MUKHERJEE’This detective waiter has all the ingredients for a great crime series’ – SUN'[Kamil is a] likeable inspector . . . We shall hear much more of him’ – DAILY MAIL’An elegantly constructed thriller’ – THE TIMES