In his proud new position in the prestigious Bombay Police Crime Branch, Inspector Ganesh Ghote sees his career finally take off with the prospect of only the most high-profile murders to investigate. Unfortunately, the Assistant Commissioner of Police has other ideas and chooses to keep Ghote busy with interminable paperwork. Waiting to be given his first case, Ghote doesn't expect to find it planted in his waste bin.
©2009 H.R.F. Keating (P)2011 AudioGo
I listen to audiobooks when I walk the dog or when I am otherwise unable to read a "paper-book". Thus it can't be a waste of time, but I have heard better books. This indian inspector talks a lot to himself and keeps repeating himself a lot doing this. A bit dull or even frustrating; "just get on with it" was often my thought.
No, I would not recommend tbe book because I found it frustrating to listen to.
The narrator did well speaking indian english. No reason to change anything there.
No, I am not going to buy a follow-up due to the "talking to himself"-stuff.
In this book there is one line that connects some dots. He refers to his Father the tutor for the maharaja's children. He remember the the murder of the maharaja and the inspector who solved the crime. This event influenced his entire event. Keating' shook the murder of the maharajah with sub title Inspector Ghote is misleading. Ghote does not appear in that book. But the inspector collaborates with Ghote's father. Keating has presented in fiction a truth. We never know how the kindness we plant will fruit in the future.
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