Operation Trojan Horse: A Novel Inspired by True Events

Author:

D.P. SINHA

,

ABHISHEK SHARAN

Publisher:

Harper Collins

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Publisher

Harper Collins

Publication Year 2021
ISBN-13

9789354225178

ISBN-10 9354225179
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 368 Pages
Language (English)
Weight (grms) 268

Five Indian agents in the Lashkar-e-Taiba


It is 1996. A fifteen-year-old Lashkar-e-Taiba fidayeen crosses over to India from Pakistan. When officer Shekhar Singh of the Counter Terrorism Cell captures and interrogates him, he makes a startling revelation. The terror group has begun sending men to settle down in India in the guise of regular civilians. On the sly, they are to serve as outposts for its missions and destroy the country from within.


Stunned but not shaken, Shekhar and his bosses decide to take the fight to the enemy camp. Five Indian intelligence agents are planted in the LeT to take on its might and sabotage its operations. And thus is born Operation Trojan Horse, a first-of-its-kind Indian counter-terror mission that will go on for years.


Operation Trojan Horse is a thriller inspired by real events - including the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack and several other LeT operations - and the true stories of the courageous men who risked their lives in the enemy country for their motherland.

D.P. SINHA

"D.P. SINHA is a former IPS officer who spent most of his career in the Intelligence Bureau looking after counter-terrorist operations. ABHISHEK SHARAN is a senior crime journalist who has been reporting on terror attacks in India from ground zero for the past twenty years."

ABHISHEK SHARAN

ABHISHEK SHARAN is a senior crime journalist who has been reporting on terror attacks in India from ground zero for the past twenty years. He started his career at The Indian Express and later went on to work for Hindustan Times, The Asian Age and, most recently, Mumbai Mirror, where he was Senior Assistant Editor.
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