The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken Reviews
"Starred Review. Well-drawn colorful characters bolster a whodunit sure to appeal to those who enjoy a dash of humor with their crime." - Publishers Weekly
"Starred Review. A thoroughly engaging series... Hall has a gift for conveying the rich stew of competing cultures in contemporary India with a wonderful economy of image... Hall presents a complex hero in a complex country with a great deal of history, humor, and panache." - Booklist
"India, captured in all its pungent, vivid glory, fascinates almost as much as the crime itself." - Entertainment Weekly
"Hall writes amusing mysteries... [his] affectionate humor is embedded with barbs." - The New York Times Book Review
"Splendid... Entertaining... Vish Puri is large, constantly hungry, a perpetual victim of Delhi's traffic congestion, and a wonderfully engaging PI... A joy to read." - The Times (UK)
"Hall takes the reader into a very Indian, very Delhi web of spirituality, sin, slums, and power broking, but all treated with a veneer of wit and intelligent absurdity." - India Today
"Modern India, in all its colorful squalor, provides a vivid backdrop for this well-crafted whodunit." - Buffalo News
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