Great Game Of Destiny: Destiny Trilogy Book 3

Great Game Of Destiny: Destiny Trilogy Book 3

by Bob Butalia

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Overview

Dugra, an unwed mother of three, catapults into the Indian prime minister’s seat on the assassination of her predecessor. Her decisive leadership threatens the vital interests of China and Pakistan

On instigation by Chinese Intelligence, Syed Ali former superstar of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence put to pasture by CIA threats, to cut off military aid to Pakistan, is pulled out of a romantic tryst in Thailand. The aim to target Dugra.

Jamila, a rich Indian widow, is ensnared by the guile of Syed Ali in a meeting in Dubai as cover to operate freely in India.

Three friends – Tony, a Christian, Amir, a Muslim and Dilip, a Hindu, orphaned in their teens adopt Dugra as their mother when their parents are killed. They later join the armed forces of India.

All this and more. In the third book of the Destiny Trilogy, as war clouds loom over China, India and Pakistan; India is caught on the backfoot and the US watches helplessly as it is preempted from the action.The destinies of Dugra and Syed Ali are enmeshed in a vice-like grip in the backdrop of a complex mesh of romance, deceit, betrayal, political skullduggery and rampant terror and military action.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781642490220
Publisher: Notion Press, Inc.
Publication date: 01/05/2018
Pages: 296
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Bob Butalia is a former Indian Army tank corps Brigadier with extensive experience of both conventional conflict and counterinsurgency operations. He participated as a young officer in the Battle of Basantar River; the last major tank battle fought in the Indian Sub-Continent.



He has taught tactics and strategy in premier institutes in India interacting with armed forces officers of three dozen countries.



Great Game of Destiny is his fifth book.



Bob took to writing fiction as a challenge. He feels that despite the Indian armed forces being continuously employed in conflict situations over decades, there is a complete lack of a fictional genre in India that combines politics and the military in a compelling contemporary manner.



He has gone through the mortification of losing his first book to malware. The draft had earlier been given a thumbs-up by a founder member of Penguin India.



He was, for over a decade, an advisor to a large US multinational company in India till he decided to become a full-time author.



Bob is married and has a son in the Army tank corps who is married to a journalist. His daughter who is also a journalist in Dubai is married to a banker.

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