From One Hell to AnothereBook - 2011
It is an unbiased account and there is nothing that has been deliberately mentioned to hurt the feelings of any individual, community, and religion. It is a work of fiction and there is no particular motive behind writing this story. The writer has mostly concentrated on the stylistic features of writing because this story stands somewhere between drama and novel, for the narration and dialogue seem to be competing with each other. The writer has experimented with the style of story writing and well-informed readers will be able to find the uniqueness of syntax which is rather unconventional. The flow of the events is spontaneous and the pace is quick to keep the readers totally absorbed in the story. With Best WishesProfessor Divan(Delhi University)PrefaceChapter One-Kashmir OrdealChapter Two-Michael and MumtazChapter Three-Taliban ConnectionChapter Four-Indian ExperienceChapter Five-Pious MuslimChapter Six-First InterrogationChapter Seven-In the PrisonChapter Eight-The Prison InmatesChapter Nine-Ordeal ContinuesChapter Ten-The AfghansChapter Eleven-The Court OrderChapter Twelve-Back in USChapter Thirteen-9/11 and ShabirChapter Fourteen-FBI StyleChapter Fifteen-SrinagarChapter Fifteen-Interrogation ContinuesChapter Sixteen-Terrorist ConnectionChapter Seventeen-Master's JusticeChapter Eighteen-New DelhiChapter Nineteen-Tracing the CluesChapter Twenty-Michael at LastChapter Twenty-One-All Smiles. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Raja Sharma, 2011.
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