Monday, 16 July, 2007



The uncertain fate of revered Indian nationalist "Netaji" Subhas Chandra Bose has long been a cause celebre that has gripped the subcontinent since his sudden disappearance in 1945. Did he die in an aircraft crash in Taipei? Or flee to the Soviet Union, only to vanish in the gulag? Or reappear as an enigmatic holy man in northern India? In this exhaustively researched book, investigative journalist Anuj Dhar uncovers riveting evidence that goes a long way in unraveling the riddles, myths and cover-ups surrounding Bose's fate.

Click to read the Asia Times review by Sreeram Chaulia

Related link: A must read; an absoloute thriller ...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The book's available here

http://www.a1books.com/cgi-bin/mktSearch?act=showDesc&ITEM_CODE=8170492378&WVSESSION_ID=1460680186

https://www.vedamsbooks.com/no49208.htm

http://www.dkpd.com/servlet/dkGetBiblio?bno=084500

Jess said...

It can't get any better than this.