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Title Haunting Bombay [electronic resource] / Shilpa Agarwal.
Author Agarwal, Shilpa, 1971-
Publication New York, NY : Soho Press, [2009]
Copyright date ©2009
Description 1 online resource (362 pages)
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Call # eBOOK
Summary Thirteen-year-old Pinky Mittal lives with her obese, matriarchal grandmother, Maji; her alcoholic uncle, Jaginder; bitter aunt Savita; and three teenage male cousins. Taken in as an infant by her grandmother after her mother died, Pinky knows she's Maji's favorite, even if her aunt despises her. Driven by adolescent curiosity, Pinky unlocks a door in her family bungalow that has been bolted her entire life and unleashes the ghost of an infant girl and her midwife, sending her whole family into a tailspin. Surrounded by superstitions and spirituality, Pinky tries to unravel a past rife with pain and deceit as three generations of her formerly stalwart family crumble around her.--From Amazon.
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Young women -- India -- Mumbai -- Fiction.
Families -- India -- Mumbai -- Fiction.
Family secrets -- Fiction.
Mumbai (India) -- Fiction.
Genre Domestic fiction.
Electronic books.
Ghost stories.
Addl. Author OverDrive, Inc.
Related To Print version: Agarwal, Shilpa, 1971- Haunting Bombay. New York, NY : Soho Press, c2009 9781569475584 (DLC) 2008040703 (OCoLC)258330213
ISBN 9781569477083 (electronic bk.)
1569477086 (electronic bk.)

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