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The Tree Bears Witness - A Birbal Mystery

The Tree Bears Witness - A Birbal Mystery
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The Tree Bears Witness - A Birbal Mystery
  • Stock Status: In Stock.
  • Publisher: Westland
  • ISBN-13:  9789386850447
  • Total Pages:  248 Pages
  • Edition: 1st Edition
  • Book Language:  English
  • Available Book Formats: Paperback
  • Year:  2017
  • Publication Date:  2017-11-17
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Barely a month has passed since the royal wedding of Emperor Akbar to the legendary Jodha, when the new queen’s brother, Sujjamal, is found murdered in the palace gardens. With his honour and reputation at stake, Akbar asks his trusted advisor Birbal to solve the mystery. The murder has taken place in a garden, at a spot between two mango trees, and the two guards who are eyewitnesses have conflicting versions of what could have happened. Was it suicide? Was it Akbar himself who ordered the killing or was it the Rajputs who accompanied Sujjamal, his uncles and cousin, who are guilty?Set in a period that has been described as the golden age of the Mughals, the novel draws us into the royal court of Agra, abuzz with political intrigue, personal enmities and hidden rivalries, where everyone..
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Sold ByWestland
AuthorSharath Komarraju,
ISBN-109386850443
ISBN-139789386850447
Edition1st Edition
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
Pages248 Pages
Publication Date (YYYY-MM-DD)2017-11-17
Publication Year2017
CategoryFICTION

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The Tree Bears Witness - A Birbal Mystery

Barely a month has passed since the royal wedding of Emperor Akbar to the legendary Jodha, when the new queen’s brother, Sujjamal, is found murdered in the palace gardens. With his honour and reputation at stake, Akbar asks his trusted advisor Birbal to solve the mystery. The murder has taken place in a garden, at a spot between two mango trees, and the two guards who are eyewitnesses have conflicting versions of what could have happened. Was it suicide? Was it Akbar himself who ordered the killing or was it the Rajputs who accompanied Sujjamal, his uncles and cousin, who are guilty?Set in a period that has been described as the golden age of the Mughals, the novel draws us into the royal court of Agra, abuzz with political intrigue, personal enmities and hidden rivalries, where everyone is a suspect until proven otherwise.
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