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Herba 27 Jul 17
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Kate Clarke Nov 30
Not as good as the first one, but still an enjoyable read.
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Kate Clarke 2 Jan 18
Enjoyed the setting (Calcutta in 1919), plot a bit predictable but good post-xmas read.
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Sharon Quibell-Smith 13 Apr 18
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Point Blank Dec 20
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Rebeccah Giltrow 29 Apr 17
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SchoolDepot 1 Sep 17
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Ian James Brydon 8 Mar 18
Reviewed A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee on LibraryThing
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Barnes Literary Society Jan 16
Super evening with at tonight. Very much looking forward to the publication of the 4th book in the series - roll on November!
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Roger 11 Aug 15
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Barun Moitra 11 Dec 16
A Rising Man is unputdownable! Have to stay awake all night to finish it. And this is just first of the series.
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Abir Mukherjee May 20
Amazon bestselling rank of ‘Sin is the New Love’ in different genre
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Susan Banerji 26 Aug 16
Just finished reading by . Would recommend to anyone travelling to
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Amanda Craig 10 May 16
Pleased to have bought this after some great reviews. 's prize-winning debut
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Books On Delhi Metro 13 Jul 18
Replying to @booksonthemetro
Oh btw, purple diary is for the keeps. But you have to rotate the book. 😎😁
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Sid 1 Nov 18
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Barnes Literary Society Jan 14
looks forward to welcoming this Wednesday at 8pm at the in Barnes. Abir will be talking about his series of novels featuring Captain Sam Wyndham and Sergeant Banerjee
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BN Deptford 7 Aug 17
Have you tried a new author? We are currently trying .
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Leadstart Publishing 29 Jun 16
's makes its appearance in the The Asian Chronicle. You can check out the...
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Perry Barlien Jan 29
Love finding a new book. Can’t wait to read the next one
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