Tarquin Hall
Tarquin Hall is an English author of mystery novels and non-fiction books. He writes the Vish Puri, Most Private Investigator series. Besides growing up in England, Tarquin has lived in the United States, Pakistan, India, Kenya and Turkey and also travelled extensively. As a journalist, his articles have appeared in such publications as the Times, Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph, Observer and New Statesman. He lives in Delhi, India with his wife, BBC reporter/presenter Anu Anand, and two children.

Tarquin Hall became a published author in 1994 with the non-fiction book Spectrum Guide to Namibia. His first novel was The Case of the Missing Servant, published in 2009. Below is a list of Tarquin Hall’s books in order of when they were originally released:

Publication Order of Vish Puri: Most Private Investigator Books


The Case of the Missing Servant(2009) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
The Case of the Man Who Died Laughing(2010) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken(2012) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
The Case of the Love Commandos(2013) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books


Spectrum Guide to Namibia(1994) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Mercenaries, Missionaries and Misfits: Adventures of an Under-Age Journalist(1996) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
To The Elephant Graveyard: A True Story of the Hunt for a Man-Killing Indian Elephant(2000) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price
Salaam Brick Lane: A Year in the New East End(2005) Best Hardcover PriceBest Paperback PriceBest Kindle Price

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Tarquin Hall Synopsis: Salaam Brick Lane by Tarquin Hall is about Tarquin’s return to his hometown of London, England. Nostalgic for his childhood in southwest London, he came back home with his Indian-American fiancee. But, with expensive housing, they were stuck in an attic above a Bangladeshi sweatshop on Brick Lane. The street was full of noise, drug dealers, prostitutes and homeless people urinating on the sidewalk. Police sirens would provide the background noise all night. Was Tarquin be able to find the inner beauty of what appears to be a completely undesirable street?

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