Ganja Coast by Paul Mann

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Where there's drugs, there's violence ...

A sleepy community on the Indian coast, Goa is a paradise for the international hippie brigade, drawn by the golden beaches and endless supply of cheap dope.

Goa is used to a certain manageable level of brutality, used to mellowing its impact in a haze of pot smoke. Lately, though, the ugliness has gotten worse. Professionals have moved in on the drug trade, and even the sweetest smoke can't cover the stink of corruption that's pouring from the highest levels of local government.

George Sansi, the half-Indian/half-English cop from Bombay (who debuted in Season of the Monsoon), thinks he's seen about the worst the world can offer. But when he gets a call to help clean up Goa, he finds himself unprepared for the grimly dark side of paradise.


About Paul Mann

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Mann was born in England and emigrated to Australia, where he became one of that country's most successful journalists. In 1995 he moved to Maine.
Published November 1, 2013 by Momentum. 372 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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These developments split up Sansi and Ginnaro, who's determined to protect the Betts kids from their gale-force grandmother, even though Sansi is convinced that the apparent drowning of 9-year-old Sara Betts's best friend is really the work of a killer who could strike anywhere.

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