The British Commission to India
Trafford Publishing, 2005 - 248 pages
The British Parliament constituted a Commission to probe into the matter as to why the Brits were constrained to quit India after 200 odd years of reign. One of the Commission Members came and stayed at Thalassery in kerala. it so happened that the house he stayed in was that of his uncle, who was a police officer. The uncle's wife and daughter were also staying in the house. Uncle left India in 1947 when india gained freedom.
The daughter had a lover named Jerry, who was Anglo-Indian. Her Indian cousin, Devan, also loved her. The Commission Member, Mr. Ronald, became her paramour.
During the probe, the Commissioner unearthed the history of Kerala before and after Nambuthiri's reign. The novel purports to unravel the hidden history of Kerala.
When the Commission's work was over, Mr. Ronald called a press conference to discuss various exerpts from the Commission's report.
After that he made arrangements to leave India. When Mr. Ronald got into his plane on the day of departure his love, Emma, became wild. she smashed her head against the iron gate of the aerodrome. on seeing this, her cousin, Devan caught hold of her. She became furious and fired at him with her pappa's revolver. Mr. devan fell dead on the spot. She became hysterical and fell unconscious in the hands of her lover, Jerry, who had dashed to the scene upon hearing the alarm. The plane slowly disappeared into the evening blooded sky.