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The Last Resident: The Love Story of a British Official and an Indian Princess
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 73,720. Language: English. Published: December 19, 2010. Category: Fiction » Romance » General
British diplomat Nigel loves India and Muslim culture, but not his spoiled wife Pamela. He falls in love with the married Muslim princess of the state where he serves. When Pamela is murdered, Nigel has an obvious motive, but did he do it? His only hope for exoneration lies with the state's Jewish prime minister who is in prison for treason. Surprising twists in a love story of India and empire.
PERMANENT INTERESTS
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 97,860. Language: English. Published: February 17, 2011. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Corrupt White House officials sell out to the American and Russian mobs to re-elect a weak President Corgan at all costs. American ambassadors and Russian KGB officers who get in the way are killed. Diplomat Bob Innes stumbles into this conspiracy of political intrigue and murder.
Of Saints & Seers
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Series: Four Decades Through Thick & Thin - Musings of a Diplomat, Prelude. Price: Free! Words: 980. Language: English (Indian dialect). Published: July 22, 2012. Category: Essay » Author profile
The author is a retired Indian Foreign Service career diplomat. This is a short personal memoir dedicated to his Patron Saints. The memoir marks the start of a forthcoming series of books that capture the author's real experiences during forty years of diplomatic service.
The Patriotic Art
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Price: $5.50 USD. Words: 126,870. Language: English. Published: May 3, 2013 by Memoirs Publishing. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir
The FCO gave Martin Rickerd a fascinating career, which took him to some wonderful parts of the world – and some less wonderful, but they too were immensely interesting and memorable. No retired member of the Diplomatic Service can claim to have been entirely happy about everything throughout their career. But neither can they say they did not enjoy some marvellous benefits in terms of experience.