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Mahasara Gunaratne is a medical professor, senior Commonwealth Fellow and academic historian. Born in 1934 he experienced life during the latter part of what is called colonial Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and World War II.

Between Two Wars is a book that is hard to put down.

Arthur, civil servant and recreational detective, comes to work one fine morning to find their new recruit Frank unexpectedly absent. When he remains missing for the next few days, Arthur, no longer able to withstand the concern and suspense, sets out on a search for the young chap. But in order to find out what has happened to Frank, he must first find out who Frank is. Crafted with the right dose of mystery, suspense and adventure, Mahasara Gunaratne's Between Two Wars is a book that is hard to put down.

Between Two Wars
ISBN 978-955-1723-14-9
Author Mahasara Gunaratne
RS. 500
10 In Stock
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Mahasara Gunaratne is a medical professor, senior Commonwealth Fellow and academic historian. Born in 1934 he experienced life during the latter part of what is called colonial Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and World War II.


Pages
184

Published by
Popsicle Books


Pages: 184
Published by: Popsicle Books
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