Publish date: May 21st 2013
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Ranjit Singh (#1)
The plot is flawed, just as the main character is. But let's face it, when was the last time a non-white/non-latino/non-european protagonist graced the pages of a book/thriller (and no, McCall Smith's verbal pulp fiction doesn't count here)? And for that, it is refreshingly new and from the way the ...
THE CARETAKER was a wonderful suspense novel that was so well-written that I didn't even notice the prose because I was so involved in the story. Ranjit Singh is a Sikh and a disgraced army officer who has brought his family to the US to make a new life for them. But, after working unhappily in his ...
Received my copy from the goodreads giveaway. The first chapters of this book are attention grabbers. The reader is introduced to Ranjit as a captain on a dangerous mission in the Indian army. My first impression of him was not a favorable one. He seems callous and uncaring to the men he serves with...
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