If you love cosy crime, then dive into Harini Nagendra’s charming cosy crime sequel set in 1920s Bangalore, featuring sari-wearing detective Kaveri and her husband Ramu.
When new bride Kaveri Murthy reluctantly agrees to investigate a minor crime during the blood moon eclipse to please her domineering mother-in-law, she doesn’t expect to stumble upon a murder – again. With anti-British sentiments on the rise, a charismatic religious leader growing in influence, and the fight for women’s suffrage gaining steam, Bangalore is turning out to be a far more dangerous place than Kaveri ever imagined. Together with the Bangalore Detectives Club, Kaveri once again sleuths, but when her life is suddenly put in danger, she realizes that she might be getting uncomfortably close to the truth . . .
Murder Under a Red Moon has a vivid, escapist setting with plenty of mischief and fun; this book will tick all the boxes that devout cosy crime readers are looking for.