City of Tiny Lights

City of Tiny Lights

Book - 2006
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From award-winning novelist Patrick Neate, a literary mystery that introduces a new kind of British detective, Ugandan-Indian Tommy Akhtar, and a side of London that the mystery world has never seen. A contemporary murder mystery set in the heart of London, this is the story of Tommy Akhtar, hard-drinking veteran of the Mujahideen, devoted on, sometime private investigator and sometime idol to the thug-lites of the ethnic motley of West London. Hired by a bewitching prostitute, he's to track down the whereabouts of her missing friend, last seen meeting a client in a local dive. But as the search heats up, Tommy's case takes a turn for the sinister, as he's drawn into a murder investigation and the dark side of both the establishment and those who plan to overthrow it. Written with all the energy and vividness that earned Neate a 2004 National Book Critics Circle Award and the 2001 Whitbread Novel Award, City of Tiny Lightsis poised to find a wide new audience for its talented, charismatic young author.
Publisher: New York : Riverhead Books, 2006, c2005.
Edition: First Riverhead trade pbk. edition
ISBN: 9781594481864
1594481865
Branch Call Number: NEATE P
Characteristics: 325 pages ; 21 cm.

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