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End Play, The
Indira Mahindra

5 1/4" x 8" • 192 pages
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Three women, three generations in modern-day India-their lives and loves powerfully evoked through the intense personal experience of the youngest, Gunga, as she acts as a go-between for her mother and grandmother and discovers the horrifying truth behind her family's wealth.

Indira Mahindra's second novel takes us into the complex world of upper-class India, where social change has brought an uncomfortable degree of freedom for men and women still haunted by the rules of the past.

Indira Mahindra is the author of The Rebellious Home Makers, a work of fiction which received wide acclaim and was translated into French. Her first novel, The Club, was published in the UK by the Bodley Head in 1984 and was highly praised.

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