Patrick Neate lives in London. His nonfiction book, Where You're At, received the 2004 NBCC Award. He is also the author of three acclaimed novels, and in 2001 he won England's prestigious Whitbread Novel Award.
"The main value of this trendy exercise in up-to-the-minute private investigation, in fact, may be its revelation of how strikingly postmodern that romantic knight errant Philip Marlowe was all along."
Despite the insouciant heading "Another Tommy Akhtar Investigation," this hunt for a missing prostitute marks the raffish Indian/Ugandan private eye's debut.
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