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The Waiter

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The Waiter by Ajay Chowdhury front cover

This is a tasty debut by Ajay Chowdhury and the first in a series. Kamil Rahman is working tables at Tandoori Knights, an Indian restaurant in Brick Lane, London. But not that long ago, Kamil was a detective in the Kolkata police department, trying desperately to fill the shoes of his father, a legendary police officer. It all goes wrong when he’s put in charge of a high profile investigation, gets oh so close to solving it and is then summarily dismissed from his job. Now Kamil is keeping his head down – until there’s a murder at a posh London house where he’s helping with the catering… A refreshing new voice in the crime genre.

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