Hall's book is part of an open ended series with Vish Puri, India's Most Private Investigator, solving mysteries with a taste of the real India and all it's heat, spicy food and extended families. There are only two books out so far and I've enjoyed both, the third - The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken - will be out next Tuesday and yes, I have a kindle version ordered and look forward to it surfacing on my reader.
The other book, Captive But Forbidden, is a Harlequin Presents book of which is my go to line of books that I purchase when I have little time to read, but really want to be entertained for a couple of hours. I have never read any of Harris's books and so was eager to see how it went. Well, I couldn't put it down and I know why - it was the hero! He was fabulous! Called himself a mutt with no home because he was and Indian/American born in England and raised in America. The fresh path this book helped keep my previous trip between the pages to India alive, although in a very different way.
Isn't reading and all the places it takes us wonderful?!?
Catherine the Great by Robert K Massie - loving it! What an incredible woman.