Red Bride's Noose
Being a girl in a Sikh family can be a real killer.
Camille Hayer should be preparing for a job interview—:not ordered to pack her bags for a cousin’:s wedding in rural Orissa. India is the last place on earth she would go to willingly: it’:s where her sister disappeared thirteen years ago.
On arrival, Camille’:s bag is brutally snatched and her family is more concerned about catching a train. No ticket, no passport, and adapting to third world conditions is the least of her worries when a body is found in the sugar cane stalks.
Without forensic specialists, Inspector Chandra Bhan accepts the monumental task of finding a calculating killer. In the midst of a poisonous agenda, Camille breaks the ban of silence about Samara and a gruesome truth leads her to question everything she knew about her family.
Against this backdrop, Chandra grapples for a motive, but this is a crazy marriage obsessed society and the murder of a stranger is hardly a worthy curiosity. While she treads carefully through ancient rituals, scorching daylight blurs into the night and nothing is as it seems. A second body is discovered, sinister lies unfold and Camille’:s father becomes prime suspect.
Then Camille makes a connection, but is she too late to escape the red bride's noose?
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The first sermon preach'd in the parish church of St. Giles's Cripplegate, October the 24th 1714. By William Whitfeld, ...