For the Love of Parvati

In the oppressive monsoon in the hills, Anita Ray discovers a body on the riverbank, challenges a police department that insists the death wasn't suspicious, and tracks down a missing servant. The aunt she is visiting rebuffs Anita's questions, leaving her to unearth the answers on her own. More

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About Susan Oleksiw

Susan Oleksiw writes the Anita Ray series featuring Indian American photographer Anita Ray, who has appeared in two books, Under the Eye of Kali (2010) and The Wrath of Shiva (2012). She also writes the Mellingham series featuring Chief of Police Joe Silva (Murder in Mellingham, 1993, is the first book in the series), now available in all eBook formats.

Susan compiled A Reader’s Guide to the Classic British Mystery (1988), after spending years and years reading crime fiction and taking notes. Talking about her favorite books with friends just wasn't enough, so she offered her list of books to a publisher.

Susan was consulting editor for The Oxford Companion to Crime and Mystery Writing (1999), which is a wonderful reference on all sorts of topics related to crime fiction.

In addition to writing and reviewing crime fiction, Oleksiw was a co-founder of Level Best Books, which continues to thrive under new ownership, and The Larcom Press, which published The Larcom Review and a number of mysteries before its founders decided to move on to other challenges.

Susan lives and writes in Massachusetts with her husband, Michael Oleksiw, an award-winning photographer.

About the Series: An Anita Ray Mystery
Anita Ray investigates murder and other crimes on the coast of South India, where she lives at her aunt's tourist hotel. While making a living as a photographer, she encounters tourists of questionable background and visits relatives concealing their own crimes.

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