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Author: Mukul Deva
Publisher: HarperCollins
Year: 2008
Language: English
Pages: 365
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788172236656


A riveting action thriller that moves from Delhi to the rugged mountains of the LOC in Kashmir, to Lahore, Karachi and Multan, Lashkar is a gripping tale of terror and counter-terror, and the terrible fall-out of the games governments play.

Iqbal, a small-town boy from Lucknow, is lured across the Indian border into Pakistan for training as a jihadi by one of the most dreaded terrorist organizations in the world. Months later, on 29 October 2005, on the eve of Dewali and Eid, a series of bomb blasts unleash death on the streets of Delhi.

The blasts are a continuation of the proxy war being waged by Pakistan’s military and intelligence services on India. The magnitude of destruction outrages the normally docile Indian public and its demand for justice rocks the Indian Government into action. The time has come to call upon the ultra-secret Force 22 of the Indian Army to avenge the attack.

This book is a work of fiction although some of the events mentioned here have actually taken place. All characters, places and organizations described or mentioned in this book are fictitious or have been used fictitiously.