[Ebook] ➦ Picture Imperfect and Other Byomkesh Bakshi Mysteries By Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay – Writerscompany.co.uk

Picture Imperfect and Other Byomkesh Bakshi Mysteries Classic Tales Of Crime Detection Featuring Byomkesh Bakshi, The Master InquisitorWritten Long Before Satyajit Ray S Feluda Series, Saradindu Bandyopadhyay S Byomkesh Bakshi Mysteries Heralded A New Era In Bengali Popular Fiction Set In The Old World Calcutta Of The Raj, These Stories Featuring The Astute Investigator And His Chronicler Friend Ajit Are Still As Gripping And Delightful As When They First Appeared.Byomkesh S World, Peopled With Wonderfully Delineated Characters And Framed By A Brilliantly Captured Pre Independence Urban Milieu, Is Fascinating Because Of Its Contemporary Flavor In The First Story, Byomkesh Works Undercover To Expose An Organized Crime Ring Trafficking In Drugs In The Gramophone Pin Mystery , He Must Put His Razor Sharp Intellect To Good Use To Unearth The Pattern Behind A Series Of Bizarre Roadside Murders In Calamity Strikes , The Ace Detective Is Called Upon To Investigate The Strange And Sudden Death Of A Girl In A Neighbour S Kitchen In The Next Story, He Has To Lock Horns With An Old Enemy Who Has Vowed To Kill Him With An Innocuous But Deadly Weapon And In Picture Imperfect , Byomkesh Bakshi Unravels A Complex Mystery Involving A Stolen Group Photograph, An Amorous Couple, And An Apparently Unnecessary Murder.Available In English For The First Time In A Superb Translation, These Stories Will Captivate Every Lover Of Crime Fiction, Young And Old Alike.


10 thoughts on “Picture Imperfect and Other Byomkesh Bakshi Mysteries

  1. says:

    I bought this book for reliving the sheer thrill of those good old days when serial such as Byomkesh Bakshi used to be shown on DD and were the staple diet for growing kids like me.The translation of stories from Bangla is quite lucid and keeps th


  2. says:

    Le doy 4 estrellas por una mezcla de factor nostalgia m s me he entretenido much simo ley ndolo El libro es una compilaci n de ocho relatos cortos protagonizados por el detective Byomkesh Bakshi y que tienen el sabor de las historias cl sicas de Conan Doyle


  3. says:

    Among the many mystery books that I have read, I will rank Byomkesh Bakshi at par with Sherlock Holmes The problem, the pursuit of the solution and Byomkesh s ability to come up with the answer is completely mesmerizing As the translator as perfectly said in the forw


  4. says:

    The best tale was kept until the last Picture Imperfect Shows the authors growing grasp of the genre and increased complexity of the plotting I enjoyed this book and if I come acrossin this series I will buy them.


  5. says:

    Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay Sherlock Holmes en la IndiaSharadindu Bandyopadhyay seguramente no es muy conocido en nuestro pa s Ni tan siquiera que una de sus obras fuera adaptada por el gran Satyajit Ray The zoo servir para darle un lugar en la literatura india si es que la literatura indi


  6. says:

    I picked up this book because I had memories of watching the enchanting television series based on these stories in the early 90s I was too young to remember any of the episodes clearly and it was ages before I learnt to pronounce Byomkesh correctly so I hoped this book would capture some of that


  7. says:

    Byomkesh Bakshi, created by Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay, is a Indian Bengali Super Sleuth Inquisitor a.k.a Detective consultant Dislikes to be called as a Detective based on Pre independence Calcutta.The cases adventures are documented and narrated by his friend Ajith I know I know On the surface it might sou


  8. says:

    This translation of Byomkesh Bakshi stories is a must read for his non Bengali fans Quite aptly the first story in this book is Satyanweshi The Inquisitor , where Byomkesh and Ajit meet for the first time The chilling murder mystery serves as a good build up for the other equally exciting stories that follows.The wr


  9. says:

    My first memories of Byomkesh Bakshi was when I was a fifth grade student Together with Tehkikaat , they were two of my most favorite TV shows So when I came to know about this book, I pounced upon it at once.Byomkesh Bakshi in this own words, is an inquisitor not a detective, not an investigator The book contains seven stori


  10. says:

    I had so much fun reading this I admit, I looked this up after watching the film There are 8 stories and though I have seen a couple on TV and remember them from the TV show, it was a joy to read these nevertheless.The translator Mr Guha does a tremendous job at translating the original Bengali books and the stories come alive in your


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