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I’m delighted today to be interviewing successful crime author Vaseem Khan. Vaseem is the author of two award-winning crime series set in India.

In 2021, Midnight at Malabar House won the Crime Writers Association Historical Dagger, the world’s most prestigious prize for historical crime fiction.

What he says about his approach to India and the craft of writing is highly insightful – not to mention his personal approach to avoiding DIY.

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