World famous Indian detective Vish Puri provides a comprehensive guide to the ancient Indian field of investigation and its application in the modern context, including invaluable recommendations for all types of disguises and undercover aliases, operational procedures and methods of detection and observation, not overlooking useful information regarding procedures for vetting prospective brides and grooms, where to get the best street foods while conducting stake outs, and the importance of maintaining a proper moustache.
About the author
British journalist Tarquin Hall has worked across Africa and the Middle East and lived in South Asia for more than decade, covering everything from the rise of the Taliban to the death of Mother Teresa. He's the author of the widely acclaimed Vish Puri mysteries, starring the gormandizing Delhi-based detective with an overbearing Mummy-ji. Alexander McCall Smith has described the series, which is set in contemporary India, as, "beautifully written, amusing, and intensely readable." Tarquin Hall is married to Anu Anand, a BBC broadcaster. They have two children. For more go to www.tarquinhall.com
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