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  • Not bad.

    Not bad. I finished it but nothing really to commend it apart from insight into the Raj.

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  • Interesting

    Back ground to India very interesting and sympathetic characters

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  • Loved it

    Love the era, characters and location......great story.

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  • A Rising Man

    The background of the last days of the British Raj provided insight into why it was time for India to move on. Callous officials, racial bias, and a really great murder mystery, all present. I enjoyed this book immensely and must admit the General Dyers actions at Amritsar highlighted the reasons why independence was needed.

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  • Great Historical Detective Novel

    If dry plodding history books aren't your thing then this is a great introduction to a complicated time in India's history. The story itself has enough twists and turns to keep the pages turning, though I'm not convinced that white-men in the colonies were ever entirely as open-minded as the protagonist.

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