With his vast array of invented gadgets and a quirky personality, Partho is an interesting friend to have. Dev never expected that reading a newspaper ad for exchanged baggage could lead to him following Partho on his investigation of the missing bags.
Things quickly get out of control when a murder takes place, and an old friend, Tom, is found to be stuck in the midst of it. The compelling mystery leads to a UAE-based archeologist, Subhajeet, who has been in a coma after a sudden cardiac arrest on a secret mission, leaving behind his memoirs and a will with many unanswered questions.
The living will of the old archaeologist is taking effect in less than ten days, before which Partho and his team are tasked with solving the mystery so the man can at least die in peace. The quest for truth leads them to a three-day expedition to Abu Dhabi.
And then beings the nightmare! They become accused of a gruesome murder and must go head to head with a notorious underworld gang. Can Partho use his unconventional methods to save their lives and unravel the enigmatic mystery? Find out in this riveting suspense thriller.
I am a SSG in the U.S. Army and I’ve been through and have experienced many things during my time of service. Being deployed 3 times and stationed all around the world I have had many experiences. These are some of my recommendations from what I have used or have seen others use themselves during my time on active duty.
In the military you’re going to be outside a lot, there’s nothing you can do about that. Especially if you’re in a combat MOS. Field exercises, police calls, motor pool maintenance or just daily soldering can keep you outside for long hours with the sun shining in your face. So you’ll definitely want protection for your eyes. These are my recommendations.
Books can improve your life and your career, if you let them. Reading can strengthen your mind and develop the way you think and how you conduct yourself. We as people should read more every day.