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Book Review: A Calamitous Chinese Killing, by Shamini Flint

Humor in crime fiction is something that I feel is difficult to execute. If the humor becomes too much and overwhelms the crime, the genre loses out on something special. The detective’s character is what makes this mix successful or otherwise. Recently, I had read Tarquin Hall, and his central character, Vish Puri is one such delightful detective. When this book fell into my lap, I was expecting another such character. Continue reading “Book Review: A Calamitous Chinese Killing, by Shamini Flint”