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Timeri N Murari


The Imperial Agent
Eighty years after Rudyard Kipling's tale Kim, T.N.Murari returns to the character, Kimball O'Hara, an Irish lad who lived as a native but spied for the British. We meet him in his thirties, caught up in the rise of Indian nationalism.

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The Last Victory
This is the second book featuring Kipling's resurrected character of Kim.

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Steps from Paradise
The idyllic lifestyle of Krishna and his sisters is disrupted when his father marries an English woman. Moved from the luxury and happiness of their grandfather's estate in Madras to isolation in England, the children are bombarded with western ideas - but the final betrayal has only just begun.

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Field of Honour
The Anglo-Indians talk of England as 'home' yet are reluctant to leave for a land they don't know. And the native aristocracy that has absorbed (and been corrupted by?) the western values of its colonial masters lives uneasily in this fledgling socialist democracy. Murari links these two worlds with Gunboat Jack, a spent American boxer who is stranded in Bangalore, where he lives restlessly with the Anglo-Indian community.

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