Blaise and Mary arrive at Patna Hall, a hotel on India’s shimmering Coromandel coast, to spend part of their honeymoon. Patna Hall is as beautiful and timeless as India itself, ruled over firmly and wise by proprietor Auntie Sanni. For Mary it feels strangely like home.
In a week that will change the young couple’s destiny, election fever grips the Southern Indian state and Mary falls under the spell of the people, the country – and Krishnan, godlike candidate for the Root and Flower party . . .
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A hard-cover edition bottle green boards, gilt lettering and unclipped, illustrated dust cover. There is some foxing but the text is clear and legible. There is some rubbing and creasing to the edges of the dust cover.
Now in a protective plastic cover to prevent damage.
Publisher: Macmillan, London.
Publication Date: 1991.
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