A whistleblower nervously drops in to share his suspicion about a senior colleague’s involvement in espionage with Jeevnathan, head of the security division of. Amar Bhushan, author of Escape to Nowhere, headed CI&S and was largely After Rabinder Singh’s flight, Amar Bhushan got a lot of flak. Amar Bhushan’s Escape to Nowhere is the first work of fiction to be penned by an Indian intelligence officer. The gripping, thinly disguised.
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Escape to Nowhere
bhusan They move on to install a photocopier that tells them what he has photocopied each day. It’s very much realistic. Professional rivalry between the two organisations comes in the way.
Trivia About Escape to Nowhere. The book is more about the red tape inside the agency and the frustration of a diligent intelligence team that doesnt get support or clear directions from above. Mohan Nair rated it it was amazing Oct 23, My second novel When the Snow Melts was published by Amaryllis in You wonder if the unlimited budgets that they have to nurture sources and other expenses, are they really worth it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Rabinder Singh is called Ravi Mohan. Lists with This Book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It demands enormous investments and painstaking efforts over a long period of time. When Princi is informed, he is much more worried about the impact of the possible scandal on Indo-US relations and wants the matter to be handled quietly.
Overall, a disappointing book. Some people may mistake this to be a racy thriller but it is not since the ending is already known. No, there’s no vamp either.
Read it not aamar the writing style but for a real picture of the state of affairs in India’s external intelligence agency. Posted by Winnowed at Konark Publishers- Intelligence officers – pages. Only good thing about bhusham book is that you’ll get to know how Indian intelligence is working! For Jeevnathan, the problem also is how to keep the tiring watchers going and persuade an edgy Chief to stay on course.
User Review – Flag as inappropriate Great book! The author is a newbie and he makes the reader realize it in every word!
Manu rated it it was ok Oct 15, Ravi Mohan and his wife flee to Kathmandu on the 92nd day. And how it deals anar an officer who is suspected to be spying for another agency. Subscribe To Posts Atom.
Because it is being written by a formal bureaucrat and it is meant to be informative, we should not spent much time in criticizing it with literary genres. Investigating the professional pasts of Supreme Court Judges.
Escape to Nowhere by Amar Bhushan – Anu Reviews
You have entered an incorrect email address! Aditya Sinha rated it it was ok Jul 04, To view it, click here. The day by day account makes is less interesting. Escape To Nowhere, by Amar Bhushan. But if not I was unable to figure out his objective of telling this story in such microscopic details. Return to Book Page.
Escape to Nowhere by Amar Bhushan
There are books written by many investigative journalists which unravel the mystery behind the spectacular life of espionage of renowned spies like Kim Philby of MI6, Markus Wolfe of the Stasi, Aldrich Ames of the CIA and so on.
How much it needs to do to nail down someone in their own office. In most senses, it is an informative read. This happens inside the first thirty pages and then till pageit is a boring narrative of secretly watching him, taping him, recording him and more watching and recording him fscape so on.
And why nailing him is important. There was never a dull moment in his career that spanned nearly four decades and engaged him in various shades of policing, investigation and intelligence. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Perhaps, real life spy craft is just drab, unexciting and repetitive like this rather than the dashing adventure of blondes, brunettes and redheads that akar sees in the Bond movies.