Murder at the Grand Raj Palace (Baby Ganesh Agency Investigation #4)

Murder at the Grand Raj Palace (Baby Ganesh Agency Investigation #4)

In the enchanting new Baby Ganesh Agency novel, Inspector Chopra and his elephant sidekick go undercover to investigate a murder at Mumbai's grandest hotel. For a century the iconic Grand Raj Palace Hotel has welcomed the world's elite. From film stars to foreign dignitaries, anyone who is anyone stays at the Grand Raj. The last thing the venerable old hotel needs is a murd In the enchanting new Baby Ganesh Agency novel, Inspector Chopra and his elephant sidekick go undercover to investiga...

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Title:Murder at the Grand Raj Palace (Baby Ganesh Agency Investigation #4)
Author:Vaseem Khan
Rating:
Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B073B6KBWD
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

Murder at the Grand Raj Palace (Baby Ganesh Agency Investigation #4) Reviews

  • Margaret Bryant
    Jul 06, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

    In my opinion one of the best books from the series. ...

    3.5 ...

    I continue to enjoy this series. It is refreshing, and humorous and sweet with tinges of thoughtfulness. I particularly enjoyed the secondary plot this time. ...

    Have followed this series since the first book, and still love it. ...

    Baby Ganesh Agency Investigations #4.. I love this series by Vaseem Khan. Pub date is June 12, 2018. Yaay! Just read that Baby Ganesh Agency has won a two-book extension from the publisher. Double Yaay! So we'll have at least 6 outings with our favorite baby elephant! ...

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  • Laurel
    Jul 05, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

  • Joyce
    Sep 22, 2017

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

  • Martina
    Apr 27, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

    In my opinion one of the best books from the series. ...

    3.5 ...

    I continue to enjoy this series. It is refreshing, and humorous and sweet with tinges of thoughtfulness. I particularly enjoyed the secondary plot this time. ...

    Have followed this series since the first book, and still love it. ...

    Baby Ganesh Agency Investigations #4.. I love this series by Vaseem Khan. Pub date is June 12, 2018. Yaay! Just read that Baby Ganesh Agency has won a two-book extension from the publisher. Double Yaay! So we'll have at least 6 outings with our favorite baby elephant! ...

  • Megan
    Jun 19, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

    In my opinion one of the best books from the series. ...

    3.5 ...

    I continue to enjoy this series. It is refreshing, and humorous and sweet with tinges of thoughtfulness. I particularly enjoyed the secondary plot this time. ...

  • Jeannette
    Jun 26, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

  • Joanne
    May 09, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

    In my opinion one of the best books from the series. ...

    3.5 ...

  • Jenny
    Jul 10, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

  • Jenn Kranz
    Jul 01, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

  • John Lester
    Jun 15, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

  • Christine
    Apr 12, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

  • Michael Garin
    Jul 06, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

  • Alaina Bradford
    Jul 12, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

    In my opinion one of the best books from the series. ...

  • Julia
    May 06, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Jan 21, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

  • Jane Hunt
    May 03, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

  • Wendy Hearder-moan
    Jun 30, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

  • Marco Giorgini
    Jun 10, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

  • Manjulavaz
    Jul 07, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

    In my opinion one of the best books from the series. ...

    3.5 ...

    I continue to enjoy this series. It is refreshing, and humorous and sweet with tinges of thoughtfulness. I particularly enjoyed the secondary plot this time. ...

    Have followed this series since the first book, and still love it. ...

    Baby Ganesh Agency Investigations #4.. I love this series by Vaseem Khan. Pub date is June 12, 2018. Yaay! Just read that Baby Ganesh Agency has won a two-book extension from the publisher. Double Yaay! So we'll have at least 6 outings with our favorite baby elephant! ...

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  • Matt Tarasuk
    Jul 06, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

  • Susan
    Jun 29, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

  • Paromjit
    Apr 13, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

  • Helen Thompson
    May 15, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

  • ianmcfadden
    May 23, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

    In my opinion one of the best books from the series. ...

    3.5 ...

    I continue to enjoy this series. It is refreshing, and humorous and sweet with tinges of thoughtfulness. I particularly enjoyed the secondary plot this time. ...

    Have followed this series since the first book, and still love it. ...

    Baby Ganesh Agency Investigations #4.. I love this series by Vaseem Khan. Pub date is June 12, 2018. Yaay! Just read that Baby Ganesh Agency has won a two-book extension from the publisher. Double Yaay! So we'll have at least 6 outings with our favorite baby elephant! ...

    ...

  • Elaine Tomasso
    Apr 13, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

  • Eve Pines
    Jun 14, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

    I love these "Baby Ganesh" books. Detective Chopra (retired) solves crimes, along with his trusty companions, with just plain old fashion police work and insightful deductions. ...

    Absolutely brilliant!!!! ...

    great new series. Love the characters and the baby elephant...so sweet and intuitive. ...

    The Baby Ganesh Agency mysteries have become my new mystery series. Murder at the Grand Raj Palace will keep you intrigued and make you smile. ...

    In my opinion one of the best books from the series. ...

    3.5 ...

    I continue to enjoy this series. It is refreshing, and humorous and sweet with tinges of thoughtfulness. I particularly enjoyed the secondary plot this time. ...

    Have followed this series since the first book, and still love it. ...

  • Tori
    Jul 11, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

  • Russell Hawes
    Jul 09, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

    A delightful read and a superb follow on to all Vasim 's previous work.. This has become one of life's most welcome and enjoyable habits. I am already anticipated the next book wIth great expectation! ...

  • Sanjay L
    Jul 08, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...

    Tight and consistent character development, interesting (even if a bit see-through) plotting, pertinent social issue awareness, and all around fun. I cannot get enough of this series. I wish we could get more Ganesha though... he is my king. GIVE ME MORE. Since there's no next book ...

    Five stars for the latest adventure of Inspector Chopra and the Baby Ganesh Detective Agency! Another great story from Vaseem Khan that kept me guessing all along the way. An intriguing insight into the world of art auctions wrapped around a murder mystery. A well conceived plot with ...

    The best murder mystery series since Agatha Christie! Makes me proud to be Indian. It includes all things I enjoy and keeps you on your toes right to the last word! And each book gets better and better!! Can?t wait for the next one!! A highly recommended read!! X :D ...

  • Beagle44
    Jun 13, 2018

    This is my first taste of this brilliant series, and I absolutely adored it! It is set in Mumbai, featuring Inspector Ashwin Chopra and his adorable and scene stealing baby elephant, Ganesha. It is full of quirky characters, with all the colour, culture and vibrancy of India and full o...

    Do you know what? I really *really* love this series. I read a lot and I read a lot of very different stuff but Vaseem Khan?s Baby Ganesh Agency series is one of the most witty, charming and beautifully written series out there. By about halfway through this one, book 4, I was thi...

    The Murder at the Grand Raj Palace means one delightful thing. Inspector Chopra is back for a fourth instalment, with his mischievous little companion elephant, Ganesha. All of us who have followed this series adore it. We are addicted. We love it! It has something for everyone; murder...

    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, the fourth novel to feature Mumbai's Baby Ganesh Detective Agency. The police are called out to the death of American billionaire Hollis Burbank at Mumbai's premier hote...

    The Grand Raj Palace-the most sumptuous hotel in Mumbai. When an American billionaire is found in bed with a knife in his chest the hotel and police are quick to call it a suicide. Inspector Chopra (Ret?d) is called in by a friend on the force to investigate. Could it be murder? Gane...

    I thoroughly enjoy this mystery series, set in Mumbai, India. A wealthy American is found dead in Mumbai?s poshest hotel. Is it murder or suicide? Chopra investigates, while neglecting his 25th anniversary with his wife, Poppy. (There were a few typographical mistakes with names - I?...

    Fun and enjoyable read. ...

    Murder at the Grand Raj Palace is ultimately a good, fun murder mystery. The book was not as cosy as I was expecting ? from the cover and the general premise ? as it has one or two dark themes and makes some political points; but I am not complaining. However, although the st...

    If you're looking for a 21st-century take on the cosy mystery, this is a must-read. I love Miss Marple, Poirot and Midsomer Murders and this series encompasses the best of these with an enthralling taste of life in India. Chopra, a retired policeman, is an inherent crime solver and ...

    I wrote a three-star review of Kahn's third novel commenting that the book lacked the structure and focus of the first two. It told two interesting but disconnected stories that seemed slapped together like two short stories that alternated chapters and was quite preachy albeit about a...

    In my opinion, probably the best case for detective Chopra so far as a whole, with the best mystery part. And Poppy has a greater role in this book and her wit and behavior add an intriguing tone to the narration, without of course changing too much the Baby Ganesh Agency typical struc...

    Walking around with a baby elephant and nobody objects may be a stretch for some and even using one the oldest plots in mystery writing (the locked room) could be a deal breaker for others. Vaseem Khan simply ignores convention and writes a book that makes you laugh, consider character...

    This fun series just gets better and better! I just love the image of the baby elephant trailing Chopra through the fancy Grand Raj Palace Hotel ? Ganesha doesn?t have a big role in Chopra?s investigation into the death of a hotel guest, but he plays a pivotal role in Poppy?s e...

    Each book in the series gets better and better. I love this family and of course baby Ganesha. I appreciate the fact that the author weaves in facts and historical perspective?s about India. I also, and I don?t know if enjoy is the right word, the fact that he?s not afraid to add...