An Indian Agatha Christie...a page turning murder mystery in the bestselling tradition of Alexander McCall Smith, by the author of the bestselling SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE.
Vikas Swarup is a member of the Indian Foreign Service and Q&A is his first novel. An international sensation, it has been translated into over forty languages, and was recently made into the multiple Oscar-winning film SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE. His new novel Six Suspects is also available as a Black Swan paperback. To find out more about Vikas Swarup, visit his website- www.vikasswarup.net
"I do not normally recommend crime novels more than 500 pages long, but I am making an exception with Vikas Swarup It's unusual, witty, quirkily, cleverly plotted, intelligent, and along the way it's an informative satire on Indian politics and values...a rollicking good read" -- Marcel Berlins * Times * "Gleeful, sneaky fun" -- Janet Maslin * New York Times * "Fascinating, multi-voiced slice of Indian life across the castes with political corruption at its centre...a lovely, lovely book" -- Sarah Broadhurst * Bookseller * "A page-turner of a mystery" * Waterstones' Quarterly * "Neat, clever and loads and loads of fun" * Daily Sport *