In Plain Sight

In Plain Sight (English, Paperback, Thaver Mohamed)


In Plain Sight  (English, Paperback, Thaver Mohamed)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers India
    • Genre: Fiction
    • ISBN: 9789354226366, 9354226361
    • Edition: 2021
    • Pages: 264
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    When the rapes and murders of three minor girls remain unsolved for months, a frustrated DCP Sawant calls in Police Inspector Waghmare. Renowned as Mumbai police's 'investigation machine', Waghmare is rumoured to solve crimes in his dreams. As the investigation progresses and every promising lead runs into a dead-end, Waghmare gets an uncanny feeling that the killer is watching them closely and anticipating their every move to toy with them. Then, when the body of a fourth girl is found, Waghmare and DCP Sawant are both saddled with doubts about Waghmare's fabled investigation skills. Told from the perspective of rookie crime reporter, Rohan, In Plain Sight is a police procedural set in the terrifyingly surreal world of crime and retribution inhabited by the Mumbai police.
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    • HarperCollins
    Publication Year
    • 2021 May
    Author Info
    • Mohamed Thaver is a Mumbai-based journalist and has reported on crime for over a decade. He has worked with The Free Press Journal, Hindustan Times and has been with The Indian Express for the past five years. He has reported on gang wars in the city, terror attacks and followed crime trends closely. His work reporting crime has led him to deal with oddballs, from petty thieves to hardened criminals to unintentionally funny cops, interactions that have over the years prompted him to write this book.
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