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“A dead hand: a crime in Calcutta” by Paul Theroux
“Jerry Delfont is a travel writer with writer's block. When he receives a letter from an American philanthropist with news of a scandal involving an Indian friend of her son's de ella, he is intrigued. Who is the dead boy found on the floor of a cheap hotel room? How did he die? And why?
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A dead hand: a crime in Calcutta / Paul Theroux. — London: Penguin books, 2010. — 264 p. ; 20cm
PS3537.H4 D43 2010