This is the second in the Perveen Mistry series by Sujata Massey. The first was The Widows of Malabar Hill which I enjoyed so much and it felt like it was a good start for a series. Unfortunately, The Satapur Moonstone is just okay.
The Satapur Moonstone
by Sujata Massey
2019 / 361 pages
read by Sneha Mathan 12h 1m
rating: C / historical fiction – legal
I’m not sure why I didn’t care for it. The plot was really standard for Agatha Christie lovers, which I was many years ago. The characters are well enough developed, but not really interesting. The setting, historical and cultural, were the best things and they were rather standard. The writing was satisfactory but again, nothing special. Sorry.