COME AND JOIN OUR READER’S VAULT

Shop

Colonel Investigates

A book that eludes everybody’s grasp, including thecolonel. Impersonations, thefts and even murders are committed for the sake ofthe book. It calls for a trip to the country estate of Ram Sharma inRamshankarpur. The colonel has to intervene to trace the murderer and thepossible connection with the book, yet he is also totally perplexed by a magicsquare in it. A boy who gets kidnapped or murdered while playing football nearthe forest of Harmatmatia, a bear-like beast or god that roams around the forestkilling people, a precious inlaid box misplaced after being dug up during anexcavation. All these seem to be tied up with a numerical puzzle in an oldSanskrit manuscript..

Syed Mustafa Siraj

Syed Mustafa; was an eminent Bengali writer. In 1994, he received the Sahitya Akademi award for his novel Mythical Man (Aleek Manush), considered his most lauded work. In 2005, his short story "Ranirghater Brittanto" was made into the film Faltu by Anjan Das. He wrote around 150 novels and 300 short stories. He is the creator of the detective character Ex-Colonel Niladri Sarkar aka "Goenda Colonel", the Detective Colonel. In 2004, Delhi University professor Nivedita Sen translated some of Siraj's popular stories written for children that featured the detective Colonel Niladri, the collection is called The Colonel Investigates

Description

A book that eludes everybody’s grasp, including thecolonel. Impersonations, thefts and even murders are committed for the sake ofthe book. It calls for a trip to the country estate of Ram Sharma inRamshankarpur. The colonel has to intervene to trace the murderer and thepossible connection with the book, yet he is also totally perplexed by a magicsquare in it. A boy who gets kidnapped or murdered while playing football nearthe forest of Harmatmatia, a bear-like beast or god that roams around the forestkilling people, a precious inlaid box misplaced after being dug up during anexcavation. All these seem to be tied up with a numerical puzzle in an oldSanskrit manuscript..

212-A, Peacock lane, New Delhi Phone – 011-41751981
Queries related to Publishing
editorial@srishtipublishers.com
Queries related to Sales
sales@srishtipublishers.com

icon-angle icon-bars icon-times