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9780143417552 60ad0907a4cf971279fc0e06 The Dead Don't Confess https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0909a4cf971279fc0e1d/9780143417552-us.jpg The dashing grey-eyed policeman, poster boy of the Calcutta Police Station, Inspector Bikram, has landed a case that refuses to solve itself out. CT correspondent The police are still fumbling with the murder of the small-time film producer, Piloo Adhikary, found dead with his two dogs on Diwali night. Assumed to be a simple crime of passion, the so-called wife being the prime suspect, the case grew murkier when her body was found floating in a pond. The clues point to a larger racket of money laundering, shady business deals and small-time illegal arms deals, the involvement of Gaur Mohan Lal, a wheeler dealer of some clout in the film industry, and Morari Koyal, the owner of a fishing trawler. Will Bikram be able to expose the murky underbelly of the city's most affluent and influential? 9780143417552
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  • ISBN: 9780143417552
  • Author: Monabi Mitra
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 280
  • Format: Paperback
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The dashing grey-eyed policeman, poster boy of the Calcutta Police Station, Inspector Bikram, has landed a case that refuses to solve itself out. CT correspondent The police are still fumbling with the murder of the small-time film producer, Piloo Adhikary, found dead with his two dogs on Diwali night. Assumed to be a simple crime of passion, the so-called wife being the prime suspect, the case grew murkier when her body was found floating in a pond. The clues point to a larger racket of money laundering, shady business deals and small-time illegal arms deals, the involvement of Gaur Mohan Lal, a wheeler dealer of some clout in the film industry, and Morari Koyal, the owner of a fishing trawler. Will Bikram be able to expose the murky underbelly of the city's most affluent and influential?

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