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|Publisher||Random House India|
|Number of Pages||256 Pages|
|Author Info||Ibn-e safi was born in 1928 in india. He created two great mystery series, Jasoosi Duniya and the\nImran series during the 1950s. Both gained massive popularity and were translated into several\nlanguages. Ibn-e safi died of pancreatic cancer on his birthday on July 26, 1980 in Karachi.|
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May 23, 2014
Rediscovering a classicI had heard a lot about Ibn-e-Safi and his stories from my father and uncles so decided to give it a try. Although it is a bit cheesy, the book is enjoyable. Imran might not be the most well developed character around but will not be amiss in the pantheon of fictional detectives alongside Poirot and Holmes. Definitely recommended.