Jack Morgan has managed to persuade Santosh Wagh to rejoin his global investigation agency and set up a new branch in Delhi. It’s not long before Santosh is thrown headlong into a dangerous case which could implicate the highest members of the Indian government in a string of brutal murders.
Both authors are known for spinning taut crime thrillers and this instalment doesn’t disappoint… a gripping thriller wrought with romance and lust.” – Times of India
“Human remains found in a barrel in an upmarket area of South Delhi and serial killer on the loose, right in the middle of Delhi’s bustling streets… a return of Jack Morgan in an Indian setting along with the dark and brooding protagonist Santosh Wagh.” – Hindustan Times
“Private Delhi is the quintessential murder mystery, with a serial killer doing very cruel things, people in high places being even more awful and an underground racket that goes right to the top.” -The Telegraph
“Dark like a Nordic Noir, Ashwin Sanghi’s second collaboration with James Patterson explores the seamy world of organ trade.” – The Hindu
“Sanghi and Patterson are good at piling on the suspense and keeping the story moving at a fast clip. The pages go by effortlessly.” -Deccan Herald
“The second book by Ashwin Sanghi and James Patterson in the Private India series is a brisk read… an affirmation perhaps of the fact that pulp fiction is never out of vogue.” -Indian Express
Murder and corruption at the highest level in the thrilling follow-up to the bestseller Private India