What appears to be a lighthearted interest in pool, billiards, and swapping beds What appears to be a lighthearted interest in pool, billiards, and swapping beds among the male publisher, agent, editors, and authors of the Gleeson publishing house of London slowly turns sinister as it is revealed how deeply book publishing can be embroiled in espionage and international terrorism.
Dark, sultry, and studly investigative reporter Ramu is in the process of adding bombshell expose material to his book on the Al-Qaida-affiliated Indian terrorist organization Laskar-e-Taiba, still flush from its attention-getting seizure of and standoff at Mumbai's Taj Mahal hotel. He finds he is in a race for time, however, and embroils the men of the publishing house around him in a deadly duel as the London sect of the Laskar-e-Taiba methodically endeavors to track him down before his book can be completed and published.
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July 23, 2011
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