Inspector Ghote's Good Crusade

Narrated by: Sam Dastor
Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins
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This was no ordinary murder, for the victim was Frank Masters, millionaire and philanthropist. The case was bound to attract much public attention. But Inspector Ghote finds that his demands for evidence are met with nothing but lies and evasions.

©1986 H.R.F. Keating ; 2014 Audible, Inc.

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A time when refrigerators cost 1.000 Rps

Very good reading by S. Dastor. I love the Inspector Ghote series!
From a distant past in India, but still do very true in many parts

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Inspector Ghote redeems himself

This is the second book in a 26 book police procedural series featuring Inspector Ghote, a Bombay police inspector. This book is much better than the first in the series, “The Perfect Murder.” The first book was just plain silly with stereotypes bouncing off the walls, goofy dialogue, and a totally contrived ending. This second book gets it right. Just the right dialogue, just the right pace, and an ending that makes sense. It’s still a little tongue in cheek at times, but, overall, it’s worth the read for a true mystery buff.

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No Clouseau

It is difficult for me to square the customer rating of this book with my own opinion. All I can say is that Ghote is no Clouseau and certainly no Hamish Macbeth.