Private Delhi : Private (Patterson)

  • by James Patterson, Ashwin Sanghi
  • Narrated by Sartaj Garewal
  • Series: Private (Patterson)
  • 7 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Random House presents the unabridged downloadable audiobook edition of Private Delhi by James Patterson, read by Sartaj Garewal.
Santosh Wagh quit his job as head of Private India after harrowing events in Mumbai almost got him killed. But Jack Morgan, global head of the world's finest investigation agency, needs him back. Jack is setting up a new office in Delhi, and Santosh is the only person he can trust.
Still battling his demons, Santosh accepts, and it's not long before the agency takes on a case that could make or break them. Plastic barrels containing dissolved human remains have been found in the basement of a house in an upmarket area of South Delhi. But this isn't just any house; this property belongs to the state government.
With the crime scene in lockdown and information suppressed by the authorities, delving too deep could make Santosh a target to be eliminated.

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Disappointed

I struggled to finish this, the narrator was terrible. Love James Patterson disappointed with this.
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- Jill

By far the worst of the Private series to date

What would have made Private Delhi better?

A stronger story, better writing and a better narrator


What was most disappointing about James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi ’s story?

It was very poor in every respect, the awful narration and 'caricature' of accents was excruciatingly bad


Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Sartaj Garewal?

Any of the previous Private narrators, good to have consistency as we see in the Rebus series of books


You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Only one, it could have been longer than it was which would have just slowed down the torture of listening to it


Any additional comments?

It is often said that the art of writing is not what is written but what is left to the reader to imagine. In this story nothing was left to the imagination, it was effectively a children's story marketed at adults through some bad language and gruesome descriptions of medical procedures to get a shock factor. I hope never to listen to something so truly awful again.

So why did I listen to all of it? Necessary to give a fair review. Not even the revelation of "Whodunnit" was a surprise

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- robv

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-01-2017
  • Publisher: Random House AudioBooks