Bite of the Black Dogs

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Hachette India, Jul 9, 2017 - Fiction - 320 pages
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KASHMIR, 1997. A group of deadly terrorists from the notorious Hizbul Mujahideen has infiltrated the Indian border from Pakistan. Their mission: to transfer funds for a massive terror strike on Mumbai. It is a mission they plan to execute at all costs – even as India’s intelligence network begins its intricate manoeuvres to capture and eliminate them. When Judy Brooke, an attaché with the UN Military Observation Group in India and Pakistan, arrives at the remote village of Kandi in Kashmir with her assistant, she has no idea about the nightmare that awaits them. Taken hostage by the insurgents, their only hope of survival is Major Vyom Pokriyal – Veep to his fellow soldiers – and his trusted Black Dogs, a small team of high-altitude warfare commandos based at the foothills of the rugged Pir Panjal Range. As a dangerous game of cat and mouse begins, at stake are innocent lives, political alliances and a conspiracy that can shake the foundations of the nation...

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Sanjay Bahadur’s debut novel, The Sound of Water, was longlisted for the Man Asian Literary Prize and has been published in the US and in Italy. His second novel, HUL: Cry Rebel, was published in 2013. Sanjay is an officer of Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and is presently the Commissioner of Income Tax in Mumbai.

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