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9789350293317 60ba3410fcf8181fbd60d66c The Dust Will Never Settle https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba5f5c75e77a19395c3e0d/9789350293317.jpg When terror strikes Jerusalem again the international community persuades the Israelis and the Palestinians to resume their long-stalled peace talks. A dozen negotiators converge on Delhi to try and wrest peace for a land torn apart by centuries of strife and mistrust. Lashkar-e-Toiba struggling to fill the leadership void created by the killing of Osama bin Laden will not allow these talks to proceed. Enter Ruby Gill an MI6 agent manipulated by the Lashkar and the Qassam Brigades to disrupt the summit. Caught in the crossfire is her father Ravinder Singh Gill head of the Indian Anti-Terrorist Task Force who is in charge of securing the Peace Summit. His work is immensely complicated by the Commonwealth Games being hosted simultaneously in Delhi. No one could have foreseen how explosively Ravinder's past and Ruby's destiny would collide. Will peace finally find these strife-torn countries? Or will the dust never settle in the Promised Land? In this pacy fusion of fact and fiction by India's literary stormtrooper Mukul Deva the private tragedy of the Gill family unravels against a high-stakes backdrop of international politics and deadly intrigue. 9789350293317
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  • ISBN: 9789350293317
  • Author: Deva Mukul
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 380
  • Format: Paperback
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When terror strikes Jerusalem again the international community persuades the Israelis and the Palestinians to resume their long-stalled peace talks. A dozen negotiators converge on Delhi to try and wrest peace for a land torn apart by centuries of strife and mistrust. Lashkar-e-Toiba struggling to fill the leadership void created by the killing of Osama bin Laden will not allow these talks to proceed. Enter Ruby Gill an MI6 agent manipulated by the Lashkar and the Qassam Brigades to disrupt the summit. Caught in the crossfire is her father Ravinder Singh Gill head of the Indian Anti-Terrorist Task Force who is in charge of securing the Peace Summit. His work is immensely complicated by the Commonwealth Games being hosted simultaneously in Delhi. No one could have foreseen how explosively Ravinder's past and Ruby's destiny would collide. Will peace finally find these strife-torn countries? Or will the dust never settle in the Promised Land? In this pacy fusion of fact and fiction by India's literary stormtrooper Mukul Deva the private tragedy of the Gill family unravels against a high-stakes backdrop of international politics and deadly intrigue.

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