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In Hot Blood: The Nanavati Case That Shook India (Author Signed Limited Edition) (City Plans) Hardcover – 28 Apr 2017
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In this laboriously researched book part thriller, part courtroom drama and legal history and part social portrait of post Independence Bombay Bachi Karkaria gives a most comprehensive account of the Nanavati case and the Constitutional crisis to which it gave birth. --By Amazon Customer on 15 May 2017
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Bachi Karkaria is a veteran journalist and columnist with the Times of India. She also curates the Times of India Litfest.]
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It was indeed historical events for India and Indian Judiciary but the book completely fails to tell the events and courtroom drama in detail.
I expected a lot of details about the incident, manipulation, court arguments but majority part is outside court events.
Almost 1/3 book is what happened after the final sentence form supreme court was given.
Overall suggestion, avoid it or find some other option(No not the movie Rustom!)
Got a good insight into the Parsi & Sindhi communities and the Bombay of yester years.
Good book! Good read!
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