Kill the Girl

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Abijit Radhakrishna, Jul 6, 2019 - Fiction - 183 pages

What do you do when someone finds your deepest, darkest secret?


Kochi City Police’s smart, savvy Wahida Ali has just been promoted to Inspector, but she hardly gets a chance to relish it. A young doctor is found dead beneath the railway overbridge, and it is up to Wahida and her team to find out why. What seems like an open and shut case with an obvious motive escalates to a much more intricate case of murder, treachery, and guilt.

Wahida has pressure from higher-ups to wrap this one up quickly before the media and the public start condemning the department. So she forges ahead in a male-dominated, sexist work environment and delves deep into the sinister world of multispecialty hospitals only to find out there are greater risks involved . . . and stakes bigger than she has ever played with.

Is she strong enough to catch a killer and stop an impending medical tragedy?


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About the author (2019)

Abijit Radhakrishna is a teacher of English literature by day and mystery writer by night. He holds BA and MA in English literature from Mahatma Gandhi University. He has had a penchant towards fiction since a very young age and has been actively involved in literary endeavours during his school and university education. He lives with his family in Kochi, India.