British diplomat Nigel loves India and Muslim culture, but not his spoiled wife Pamela. Instead, he has fallen in love with the married Muslim princess of the princely state where he serves. Every aspect of this relationship is impossible, yet Nigel and Princess Mehru are consumed with each other and must find a way to be together. Nigel puts everything at risk for Mehru, including his profession, his marriage, his prestige, and his closest relationships. Then Pamela is found stabbed to death. Every finger points to Nigel as the logical suspect. But did he do it? His fate hangs on the state's brilliant Jewish Prime Minister, whose attempts to unite the lovers have landed him in prison for treason. Surprising twists, vivid characters, a tale of love against all odds, and a rich, revealing portrait of India make for a fascinating read.
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About the Author
Shahzad A. Rizvi was born in a princely state in India, and now lives in the Washington DC area with his family. He is a civil servant by day, but writes in every spare hour. His hobbies include travel, reading, and learning languages. Find out more at www.kahany.org.