First in a new series from the Agatha and Macavity Award-winning Massey, this 1920s Bombay-set work has a distinctive heroine: one of India's first female lawyers. Perveen Mistry, who followed up her Oxford degree by joining her father's law firm, suspects that the three widows of a rich Muslim mill owner were acting under duress when they signed over their inheritance to charity. A subsequent murder proves that she was right to be concerned. -- Library Journal
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