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  • McGovern

    I loved the previous Inspector Chopra series of books, but I was not sure if I would like the Malabar House books. I was so wrong, this book is outstanding, not just for its readability but for telling of history from Partition to Independence. This book did what few books have ever done. I became emotionally connected to it and cried. The story this book tells is not just about the role of women in society, but how society is used by some people for their own ends. I believe strongly in Scottish Independence and can see the parallels of Partition in both sides at the extreme ends of Pro and Anti groups. Just look at world politics now and how social and news media is used to stoke hatred between those who's views differ over anything, be it gender, disability, sexuality, race, religion, politics, brexit, history or ecology or whatever it is you can find to hate someone. If you can hate and blame someone else, then it's not your fault. It's the old story of 'if your not for us, you're against us' . May whatever god (or deity, the universe or whatever your beliefs are) help us.

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