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Vikram Kumar is a prominent figure in the city of Mumbai, India. He has risen to one of the most senior positions in the Mumbai Police Department in a relatively short period of time, albeit through some unscrupulous and at times illegal means. He is not one to be messed with. Those who like him, adore him, and those who dont, certainly respect him. He runs his own agenda, Vikram Kumar is a prominent figure in the city of Mumbai, India. He has risen to one of the most senior positions in the Mumbai Police Department in a relatively short period of time, albeit through some unscrupulous and at times illegal means. He is not one to be messed with. Those who like him, adore him, and those who don’t, certainly respect him. He runs his own agenda, and to get on his wrong side is certainly not advisable. Anita Pringle is an intelligent English woman, in her mid-thirties. She travels to India, after receiving news that she is suffering from an incurable cancer. Circumstances lead her to Mumbai, where she meets a lovable cab driver, and an admirable family that lives in one of the city slums. Despite the friendships that she forms, things do not go well. She crosses paths with Vikram Kumar in the most unusual of circumstances, and this, along with other revelations, make her anxious to find out more about the father that she never really knew. The story is not only about Kumar’s relentless quest for power, but also delves into the strength of friendship, and the fine balance between trust and non-trust. It also explores the traditions and values that the Indians still adhere to, and how an English woman copes in such a foreign environment. As a result of the conflict between Anita and Kumar, their lives, as well as the lives of the friends that Anita makes, will never quite be the same again. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.


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Vikram Kumar is a prominent figure in the city of Mumbai, India. He has risen to one of the most senior positions in the Mumbai Police Department in a relatively short period of time, albeit through some unscrupulous and at times illegal means. He is not one to be messed with. Those who like him, adore him, and those who dont, certainly respect him. He runs his own agenda, Vikram Kumar is a prominent figure in the city of Mumbai, India. He has risen to one of the most senior positions in the Mumbai Police Department in a relatively short period of time, albeit through some unscrupulous and at times illegal means. He is not one to be messed with. Those who like him, adore him, and those who don’t, certainly respect him. He runs his own agenda, and to get on his wrong side is certainly not advisable. Anita Pringle is an intelligent English woman, in her mid-thirties. She travels to India, after receiving news that she is suffering from an incurable cancer. Circumstances lead her to Mumbai, where she meets a lovable cab driver, and an admirable family that lives in one of the city slums. Despite the friendships that she forms, things do not go well. She crosses paths with Vikram Kumar in the most unusual of circumstances, and this, along with other revelations, make her anxious to find out more about the father that she never really knew. The story is not only about Kumar’s relentless quest for power, but also delves into the strength of friendship, and the fine balance between trust and non-trust. It also explores the traditions and values that the Indians still adhere to, and how an English woman copes in such a foreign environment. As a result of the conflict between Anita and Kumar, their lives, as well as the lives of the friends that Anita makes, will never quite be the same again. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

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