Project Abhimanyu an audacious plot hatched by the RAW and Indian Army intelligence to assassinate Mumbais dreaded underworld don Irshad Dilawar, whos hiding in Pakistan and assisting the ISI in its a proxy war against India. Major Imtiaz Ahmed is picked to lead the special ops mission deep inside Pakistan but the ISI and Dilawar are several steps ahead of the Indians. Beaten at every turn, Major Imtiaz is faced with the horrifying realisation that Project Abhimanyu has been compromised... and his men are being lured into a deadly trap.
Set against the backdrop of global terrorism, Shatrujeet Naths debut novel is a quintessential spy thriller where nothing is what it seems and treachery is a constant companion.
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Shatrujeet Nath was born in Shillong in 1971. As a young man, he sold ice-creams, peddled computer training courses and wrote ad copy before finding his true calling in business journalism. But while still at the top of his game as an Assistant editor at The Economic Times, Shatrujeet quit journalism to write fiction. The Karachi Deception is his first book. He is currently writing his second book, The Guardians of Halahala, which is part of an epic fantasy trilogy based on the legendary king, Vikramaditya.Review:
...one of the finest thrillers I ve come across... --Zac O Yeah, Mint Lounge
Shatrujeet Nath has hit a bull s eye with this amazing debut. And for all the lovers of spy-thrillers, The Karachi Deception is a must read. --The New Indian Express
For all those who have been pining for an infiltrate-Pakistan-and-take-out-a-target thriller, here s your dream come true. --Livemint
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