Let Bhutto Eat Grass - Part Two
How does one find a needle in a country full of haystacks?
Tahir Hussain's murder has quenched Sablok's desire for revenge. But Abdul Qadeer has fled to Pakistan and disappeared, taking with him suitcases full of stolen blueprints. Rumour has it that the ISI is protecting him on the Prime Minister's instructions.
Bhutto's office has also sanctioned funds to build a uranium enrichment facility. Its location, however, remains a closely guarded secret that even R&AW's sources in the highest echelons of the Pakistani government don't know.
The Pakistan section of R&AW and its chief Mishra are eager to sabotage the facility. But how does one infiltrate an institution whose location is unknown? And if the answers aren't to be found in Pakistan itself, what more can Almeida, Arora, and Sablok do?
About the Author: Shaunak Agarkhedkar was born in 1983 and attended the University of Pune and the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. He is a fountain pen aficionado, lives in Pune, and consumes many litres of coffee every week.
- Paperback: 326 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2022)
Author: Shaunak Agarkhedkar
- ISBN-13: 9781636407517
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 x 8 Inch
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