Har-Anand Publications, 2005 - Diplomatic and consular service, American - 272 pages
In the book, Guesswork written by krishnan Srinivasan, Dipak a street smart Anglo-Indian meets an elderly lady in Libya on his way to meet his sister in Europe. This reclusive lady claims to be the descendant of an European Royal family. Dipak persuades his sister's husband, who happens to be a well-known film director to make a film about this mysterious woman. Meanwhile, the film director is taken hostage in Libya which is followed by a diplomatic crisis involving the United States, Israel and the Arab world with fears of a nuclear catastrophe.
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