Indian Maharajas and their American Counterparts: Heroes or Villains?

by Nev March My novel Murder in Old Bombay is set in the late 1800s, a period of enormous technological advancement not unlike our own. In this time of contrasts, great progress and terrible recessions, great wealth and terrible poverty, … Read the article The post Indian Maharajas and their American Counterparts: Heroes or Villains? […]

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by Nev March

My novel Murder in Old Bombay is set in the late 1800s, a period of enormous technological advancement not unlike our own. In this time of contrasts, great progress and terrible recessions, great wealth and terrible poverty, … Read the article

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