|Number of Pages||340 Pages|
Two big suitcases have been lying around at Sanjeev Chawlas place in New Delhi. They belong to Sanjeevs friend Khanna, who was brutally murdered inside his own house over a year ago. The suitcases connect two criminals, Garewal and Kaul, to Sardar Singh Sohal aka Vimal. Meanwhile, Vimal has found another nemesis in Mumbai drug lord Michael Huan, who wants to control the drug-peddling business in the city. With half of Mumbais underworld conspiring against Vimal, he now has to put up the toughest fight of his life.
About the Author
Surender Mohan Pathak has nearly 300 crime novels to his credit. His writing career, along with his full-time job in Indian Telephone Industries, Delhi, began in the early 1960s with his Hindi translations of Ian Flemings James Bond novels and the works of James Hadley Chase. He also wrote his own James Bond series. His major work began with what is called the Sunil series. However, the best-known series of Pathak is Vimal, a.k.a. Sardar Surender Singh Sohal aka a dozen names he uses to camouflage his identity in the Mumbai underworld. Some of his most popular works are Meena Murder Case, Colaba Conspiracy and Paisath Lakh ki Dakaiti.