Season of the Monsoon: George Sansi 1
This was done by someone who enjoys killing …
“I’ve seen crimes of passion, I’ve seen dismemberment, decapitation and sexual mutilation before. But not like this. Not with this kind of … wilful savagery …”
The body of a young actor is pulled out of a lake near Bombay’s Film City. Before dying he had been hideously mutilated. Beyond recognition. Beyond belief.
When another mutilated corpse is found, Inspector George Sansi must face the unspeakable truth. A psychopath who kills at random … and for pleasure. The only thing Sansi is certain of is that the killer is a white man. And that he will kill again.
Racing desperately against time, Sansi finds a clue in the past and uncovers a trail of gruesome murders that began over half a century before – a trail still warm with the blood of countless victims. But how could a murderer return from the past to begin killing all over again?
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Paul Mann started out as an office boy at The Evening Chronicle in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and from there worked his way up to being a reporter on newspapers and magazines, moving between the U.K., Canada, the U.S. and Australia, including being a founder writer of Australian Geographic. He is the author of several books and continues to write.