Leading crime writer A.A. Dhand has made a career out of creating page-turning tales of crime, city life and the space where both intersect. His latest novel, The Blood Divide, continues this trend, whisking readers away on a nail-biting journey from Delhi’s Red Light District to India’s militarised zones.
Sikh corner-shop owner Jack is in over his head. When a detective visits in the middle of the night, he’s tortured and left for dead – without an explanation in sight. The next day, he awakes next to a young medical student he’s never seen before and together they’re thrust into a thrill-a-minute race to discover why they’re at the centre of a missing person case – one that appears to be controlled by a dangerous organisation.
We’re delighted to welcome Dhand for an in-conversation event chaired by fellow author M.W. Craven.
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