J. J. BAloch is a senior police officer in Pakistan with 16 years experience having served as a district police officer in eleven districts of Pakistan. In addition, he has used his unique signature and voice to produce three books, Introduction to Sociology, On the Art of Writing Essays and The Power of Social Media & Policing Challenges. Whiter Than White is his debut novel.
The book is divided into four sections. The first, "The Road to Revolution," deals with events that include both British actions and Colonial reactions. The section's major focus is on the question, "What brings people to the point where they are willing to spill blood for a cause?" Section two is about the war's battles, highlighting military strategy and tactics and the decisive role of leadership in achieving victory. Section three, "A Nation of Amazons," focuses on the military exploits of women who disguised themselves as men, fired cannons, executed enemy soldiers, and served as spies. Section four, titled "The Songs of Liberty," shares works that both inspired and reflected the conflict's main events.