Genre: multicultural, contemporary fiction, family drama
The title and cover of the book got my attention at the library, so I borrowed it and was delighted with the story and the characters.
Professor Chandra is disappointed he did not win the Nobel Prize for Economics, but he is still considered a successful and internationally renowned economist, based in Cambridge. On retirement, he turns his attention to his family, especially his children, who are distant or estranged from him ever since his divorce from their British mother.
How he manages to discover his family again as well as find a new life, new meaning, and adventures for himself is the theme of the novel.
Smart, entertaining, and well written and plotted, the book was a pleasure to read. Five stars
The Dark Bones by Loreth Anne White, May 21, 2019
I'm in the middle of the ebook and enjoying this mystery set in rural Canada.