Her Fugitive Heart
Book 3 of the Ravi PI Series
By Adi Tantimedh
The future of Golden Sentinels hangs in the balance in the madcap, exhilarating conclusion to the Ravi PI series.
'Ravi is a triumph . . . Introduce yourself to him immediately' Alan Moore
Life as a private investigator is non-stop for Ravi Chandra Singh and his gleefully amoral colleagues at the Golden Sentinels Agency.
Ravi is getting used to his visions of Hindu gods, but the cases are as crazy as ever. There's the actress who hires them to track down the source of a sex tape she never made, the party in a rock star's mansion that gets way out of control, and the terrorist leader who goes missing in London before he can hand himself in.
But soon Ravi finds himself in worse trouble than he could ever have imagined when his boss' secret plan to make himself a player on the world stage blows up in everyone's face.
The future of the Golden Sentinels hangs in the balance in the madcap, exhilarating conclusion to the Ravi PI series.
Adi Tantimedh has a BA in English Literature from Bennington College and an MFA in Film and Television Production from New York University. He is of Chinese-Thai descent and came of age in Singapore and London. He has written radio plays and television scripts for the BBC and screenplays for various Hollywood companies, as well as graphic novels for DC Comics and Big Head Press, and a weekly column about pop culture for BleedingCool.com. He wrote "Zinky Boys Go Underground," the first post-Cold War Russian gangster thriller, which won the BAFTA for Best Short Film in 1995.
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18 Apr 2019
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Ravi is a triumph . . . Introduce yourself to him immediately — Alan Moore
An exhilarating roller-coaster ride — Publishers Weekly
Tantimedh ebulliently spins out a world in which pandemonium doesn't reign; it pours — Kirkus