Fifty names figured in the list of most wanted Indian fugitives.
The opposition parties and media succeed in making the government uncomfortable with their questions!
The PM asks the NSA to act. Vasu, the head of CIS, is given the responsibility for bringing back a few to set an example.
Vasu chooses the names of Zaveri, Johar, Meera, Baskar & Ibrahim!
Shalom Namaste is the name given to this secret project executed with the help of Israelis!
Genre: Fiction/ Political Thriller
Pages: 187 pages
Format: Kindle eBook/Paperback
- Kindle eBook: 99 INR/$0.99
- Paperback (available only in the US): $6.00
My Ratings: 3.8/5
The PM sets up a special team to catch criminals who have committed frauds and managed to escape from the government and judiciary’s eyes. The mission is called ‘Shalom Namaste’ and is headed by CIA head Vasu. Will he be successful in catching these scamsters?
A political thriller with much entertainment.
What I liked about the book:
-> The story revolves around political affairs and burning/relevant topics like corruption, scams, frauds in the political scenario, black money in the market, the issues that started at the time of demonetization, et al.
-> I read a political thriller for the first time and quite enjoyed it.
-> The story weaves in smoothly between the fugitives’ past records, their physical appearance, family and work history, etc.
What I did not like about the book:
-> The backstories of each fugitive felt over-explained and unnecessary at times.
-> It tends to become boring and confusing at many points.