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The Widows of Malabar Hill

  • Lewes Public Library 111 West Adams Avenue 19958 United States (map)

A collaboration between the History Book Festival and the Lewes Public Library, this monthly discussion group focuses on books featured at this year's Festival and those to be featured at the 2019 Festival. The group is open to all lovers of history and meets at the Library (111 Adams Avenue, Lewes).

This month's book is "The Widows of Malabar Hill “ by Sujata Massey | (Soho Press, 2018 – historical fiction)

Massey takes readers to India in the 1920s when Bombay’s first female lawyer is investigating a suspicious will on behalf of three Muslim widows. Before long, the case takes a turn toward the murderous. This critically acclaimed historical mystery has a captivating heroine, as do many of Massey’s 14 books of mystery and historical fiction, featuring strong women in late British colonial India.

Borrow or buy “The Widows of Malabar Hill”
Reserve at DE Library Catalog

Purchase at Browseabout Books
Purchase at Biblion Used Books and Rare Finds

The author will join the discussion via Skype.

About Sujata Massey

Earlier Event: December 19
Lust on Trial
Later Event: February 20
The Rise of Yeast