INSPECTOR GHOTE GOES BY TRAIN by H. R. F. Keating

INSPECTOR GHOTE GOES BY TRAIN

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Gentle Ganesh Ghote, so mild you might underestimate his tenaciousness, takes a long trip from his native Bombay to Calcutta and back to apprehend a ""confidence-trickster"" presumably in jail in Calcutta, actually -- he suspects -- facing him in his railway compartment. His adversary goads him, drugs him, and eludes him even in these confined quarters and there's a clattering chase at the close. A very delicate diddle which quite sneaks up on you.

Pub Date: June 9th, 1972
Publisher: Doubleday