A Grave in Kolkata





PETER CUTHBERT HAD BEEN MEANING to visit his cousin Beatrice in Spain for years but like so many promises to himself, he pushed them aside due to lack of time, money, work commitments, or because he had not been able to organise and coordinate the trip with other matters. In February 2008, he finally made the trip to see her.

When he and his wife Janet subsequently visit India on holiday, a chance mention of a museum in Barrackpore revives dormant memories of a Grandfather who died mysteriously in India during World War One and Cuthbert embarks on a surprising voyage of discovery.

‘Thank you for a great story! Nicely paced, with a wonderful sense of place and culture. Intrigue and adventure all woven together with a clear sense of mystery.’ Ronita Sinha

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The Reunion

Introduction.

Thirty years after his degree in Business Studies in France, Peter Cuthbert and his wife Janet are invited to a Reunion Ball on a Saturday in May. Gaston Cahour, the de facto leader of the Group Fourteen, additionally invites the other members of the group to a dinner at Le Lapin on the night before the ball. Over dinner, old times are fondly remembered, until the untimely death of Marie-Louise is recalled.

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