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Private Delhi
Random House
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Both authors are known for spinning taut crime thrillers and this instalment doesn't disappoint... a gripping thriller wrought with romance and lust.” - Times of India

“Human remains found in a barrel in an upmarket area of South Delhi and serial killer on the loose, right in the middle of Delhi’s bustling streets… a return of Jack Morgan in an Indian setting along with the dark and brooding protagonist Santosh Wagh.” - Hindustan Times

“Private Delhi is the quintessential murder mystery, with a serial killer doing very cruel things, people in high places being even more awful and an underground racket that goes right to the top.” -The Telegraph

“Dark like a Nordic Noir, Ashwin Sanghi’s second collaboration with James Patterson explores the seamy world of organ trade.” - The Hindu

“Sanghi and Patterson are good at piling on the suspense and keeping the story moving at a fast clip. The pages go by effortlessly.” -Deccan Herald

“The second book by Ashwin Sanghi and James Patterson in the Private India series is a brisk read… an affirmation perhaps of the fact that pulp fiction is never out of vogue.” -Indian Express

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About the Author :

The name "Shawn Haigins" is a pseudonym. In fact, it's an anagram of the author's real name, "Ashwin Sanghi".Ashwin writes extensively on history, religion, and politics. "The Rozabal Line" is his first novel completed in 2007. The book was self-published in the US in 2007 under his pen name, "Shawn Haigins". The book went through several revisions over 2007 and 2008 and a revised edition under Ashwin's own name was released by Tata-Westland Ltd. & Tranquebar Press for the Indian subcontinent in 2008. Owing to the book's popularity, another edition was released in 2010 along with a Kindle edition on Amazon.Ashwin's second novel entitled "Chanakya's Chant" is to be released in January 2011 by Westland Books.Ashwin is an entrepreneur and holds a master's degree from Yale and lives in India with his wife and son. He completed his schooling at the Cathedral & John Connon School, Mumbai, in 1985 and thereafter completed a BA from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, in 1990. He's also pursuing a doctorate in Creative Writing. Writing is his passion and, in his own words, he's "an entrepreneur by day and novelist by night".