Winner of the Shakti Bhatt first prize shortlisted for the guardian first book prize longlisted for the booker prize
In August 1988, President Zia ul-Haq gets into the presidential plane, Pak One, and it explodes midway. Who has killed him? The army generals growing old waiting for their promotions? The CIA? The ISI? RAW? Or Ali Shigri, a junior officer at the military academy whose father, a whisky-swilling jihadi colonel, has been murdered by the army? A Case Of Exploding Mangoes is sharp, black, inventive and utterly gripping. It marks the debut of a brilliant new writer.
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