On the Road to Tarascon

Paper Type: Book Print Paper | Size: 216mm x 140mm
Black and white; 208 pages; Paperback
ISBN-10: 9386906155 | ISBN-13: 978-93-86906-15-1


Magdeburg, Germany, 2011 A lover’s note among a senile woman’s possessions sets off a chain of events that could lead to the discovery of a Van Gogh masterpiece—one of the most important paintings to have been lost in World War II. Kolkata, India, 2012 When travel writer Neil Bose falls for Eva Schicktanz, he does not know he is getting involved with much more than a dimpled girl in nerd glasses. Neil and Eva must stay ahead of unknown pursuers after a common goal, and follow an unusual trail charted in 1945. But after so many years, does the trail even exist? A quest spanning continents and seven decades, this edge-of-the-seat thriller keeps you hooked till the last page.

Arnab Nandy
Arnab Nandy

Born in Konnagar, a Kolkata suburb, Arnab Nandy first got published in 2004 in The Statesman Voices, a school students’ supplement. He has since written for Hindustan Times, The Telegraph and several other publications including the Bengali women’s magazine Sananda. Arnab is now a journalist with The Telegraph, where he primarily edits news stories and sometimes writes on travel.