Ajay Chowdhury: The Cook
Kamil Rahman used to be a detective in Kolkata. Now he's a cook in London's East End.
Yet trouble still knows where to find him...
Kamil Rahman thought his crimefighting days were behind him. But when a woman he knows is murdered and the police arrest the most convenient suspect, he hangs up his apron and employs his detective skills once more to find the true killer.
Meanwhile, restaurant manager Anjoli is volunteering with a homeless charity, where she notices a sudden troubling increase in unexplained deaths among people sleeping rough in and around Brick Lane. With the council and police uninterested, she starts an investigation of her own.
Kamil and Anjoli's cases seem unrelated, but as the duo dig deeper, they discover connections that stretch from London to Lahore. Together they take on the indifference of the authorities . . . If the Met won't find the murderers, then they will.
- ISBN: 9781529115390
- Length: 384 pages
- Dimensions: 198mm x 23mm x 129mm
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