A Will to Kill

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By RV Raman

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A SUNDAY TIMES BEST CRIME NOVEL OF THE MONTH AN OBSERVER THRILLER OF THE MONTH A NEW YORK TIMES RECOMMENDED BOOK A CRIMEREADS BEST MYSTERY OF 2020 'Hugely entertaining... set in modern-day India but its origins lie in the golden age of crime fiction' Sunday Times 'A slice of sheer pleasure... a proper, thorny puzzle' Observer 'Like stepping back to the Golden Age of the classic mystery' Rhys Bowen, international bestselling author of The Tuscan Child _______ MIST Ageing millionaire Bhaskar Fernandez has invited his relatives to the remote, and possibly haunted, Greybrooke Manor, high up in the misty Nilgiris. MOUNTAINS He knows his guests expect to gain from his death, so he writes two conflicting wills. Which one of them comes into force will depend on how he dies. MURDER Fernandez also invites Harith Athreya, a seasoned investigator, to watch what unfolds. When a landslide leaves the estate temporarily isolated, and a body is discovered, Athreya finds that death is not the only thing that the mist conceals. . . Your next cosy crime fix – perfect for fans of Golden Age crime, Knives Out and Lucy Foley _______ MORE PRAISE FOR A WILL TO KILL 'Brilliantly evokes Agatha Christie's classic country-estate mysteries for modern-day India' CrimeReads, Best Mysteries of 2020 'An enchanting setting in the Indian Hill country. . . a modern twist on a traditional whodunit' Ann Granger, author of the Campbell and Carter detective series 'I love RV Raman's Harith Athreya. . . A good traditional mystery with twists and turns' Ovidia Yu, author of CWA-shortlisted The Mimosa Tree Mystery 'The influence of Agatha Christie and John Dickson Carr on the narrative is compelling. . . influences of author Ngaio Marsh. . . subtle, clear, ironic, but always elegant and peppered with wit; characters sharply, sometimes hilariously, drawn' Telegraph India
A Will to Kill