Minutes after landing at Delhi airport, Pamela Stewart, a beautiful, young American lawyer vanishes without a trace. Retired Inspector General of Police Ravinder Singh Gill knows that he has only hours to track down and recover the missing girl, his daughter Jasmine's college-mate and friend. As he digs deeper he realizes that Pamela is only one of scores of young girls who have gone missing. Not one of them has been recovered. Not alive. And those found have had their organs harvested. The search for Pamela turns even more vicious and murkier as the finger of suspicion swings towards Harpal Singh, a powerful political broker with a shady past, and also the father of Dr. Mandeep, a surgeon and recently betrothed to Jasmine. Spearheading Harpal's operation is the mercurial Santosh Kumar aka SK aka The Hammer, a ruthless enforcer who hates Ravinder for killing his father. The battle becomes intensely personal for The Hammer when he realizes that Pamela is the friend of Ravinder's daughter. Torn between rescuing Pamela, finding the truth and protecting Jasmine's happiness, Ravinder battles alone. Could Harpal be the man behind this deadly gang of human traffickers and organ traders? Could Mandeep, his future son in- law, be the surgeon who is cutting up these missing girls and harvesting their organs? And why is Chetan, the police officer investigating the case, covering up the facts? Yet again, India's literary storm trooper Mukul Deva keeps you turning pages late into the night.About the Author An alumnus of La Martiniere College, Lucknow, the National Defence Academy, Pune and the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, Mukul Deva was commissioned in December 1981 into the Sikh Light Infantry of the Indian Army. He took early retirement from the army as a Major, after fifteen years of service, including a decade of combat operations in India and overseas.
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Used availability for Mukul Deva's Pound of Flesh
October 2016 : Paperback
2016 : Paperback
Title: Pound of Flesh
Author(s): Mukul Deva
ISBN: 2525240294 / 978-2525240291