Mysterious Incidents at Lone Rock

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Barbour Pub., Jan 1, 2008 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Professor Rich Harrison and his colleague from India Chinni Roy have been invited for a relaxing weekend at Lone Rock, an estate in the country owned by an female friend of Rich's. While Rich anticipates the trip, Chinni is thinking about murder. That's not surprising. After all, he was a police detective in India, so he's always prepared for the worst, carrying his detective kit with him wherever he goes. Turns out that's a good thing. When a shot rings out in the middle of the night and someone is found dead, Chinni uses all his tools and his experience to help the police find a killer. Along the way, Rich learns few things about sleuthing from his detective friend, applying the model of algebraic formula to reach a conclusion, as well as expecting the unexpected-especially in matters of the heart.

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User Review  - Ken Bickley - Goodreads

This was apparently projected to be the first in a series of Chinni Roy mysteries, but no others have yet been published (to my knowledge). The author, a pastor, has combined Christian testimony with ... Read full review

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User Review  - joyce lynn - Goodreads

good mystery w/ lots of twists and unexpected turns. the murderer is definitely NOT who you think it is! book/character style of figuring out "whodunit" reminds me of Peter Falk and the old Columbo series would read more by this author Read full review


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Rajendra K. Pillai was born in Calcutta, India. Having grown up in a Hindu nation and in a Muslim neighborhood, he was acutely conscious of being in the minority as a Christian believer. Rajendra has a passion for relating to and reaching people of other cultures. He has an MBA in Global Economic Development from Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania, and conducts corporate training in cross-cultural and management issues for organizations including the USDA, National Institutes of Health, the FBI and several other public and private organizations. He also speaks at churches and conferences across the country.

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