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Beast of Bengal         
Beast of Bengal
By Elaine Pinkerton
ISBN: 978-1-929763-18-4
Price: $17.95
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As World War II rages in the Pacific, U.S. and British soldiers fight their own battles in the steamy jungles of Burma. But, in an American military hospital in Calcutta, India, which treats those bearing the psychological scars of the fighting, something terrible is amiss. As the plot unfolds, readers discover the true identity of the Beast of Bengal. This historical fiction and romance features the internecine battles for Indian independence between those advocating the violent removal of Westerners and those loyal to Mohandas Gandhi.

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Reviewed By: Doss, van Hulsteyn, Berry
Text Of Review: Looking for a session of spine-tingling suspense? How about bone-chilling, hands-on murder? Stop looking. You’ve got it in your hands. Beast of Bengal is a well-written, tightly-plotted, skin-prickling tale. Take Elaine Pinkerton's book home. Read it tonight by candlelight.

James D. Doss, author of Charlie Moon/Shaman mystery series


Elaine Pinkerton's Beast of Bengal is the perfect read for armchair travelers who are instantly transported to exotic Calcutta, India. The suspense novel should be on the do-not-miss reading list for history and WWII buffs: one always learns from Pinkerton's fact-filled novels.

Peggy van Hulsteyn, author of Sleeping With Literary Lions



A wonderful snapshot from World War II—full of depth, color, and resonance.

Steve Berry, national bestselling author of The Romanov Prophecy

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