Six Suspects by Vikas Swarup

This is the most complete book I’ve ever read. Every possible angle the story could take is covered.

What’s it about: 
‘ There’s a caste system – even in murder.

Vicky Rai, the son of a high-profile Minister, has been shot dead by one of the guests at his own party. They are a glitzy bunch, but among them the police find six strange, displaced characters with a gun in their possession, each of them steaming with a secret motive.

India’s wiliest investigative journalist, Arun Advani, makes it his mission to nail the murderer. In doing so, the amazing tender and touching, techni-colour lives of six eccentric characters unravel before our eyes. But can we trust Advani? Or does he have another agenda in mind…?’ (Backcover)

First published: 2008

What I liked about the book: The ending will blow your mind! Characters, the way the book was written each chapter dedicated to a different character.

Rating: 5/5

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