Death at my doorstep: obituaries

New Delhi: Lotus Collection, Roli Books (2005)
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Written over the years, Khushwant Singh obituaries present the dead in death, as in life-good, bad or ugly-including Bhutto, Sanjay Gandhi, M.O. Mathai, Lord Mountbatten, and the author's pet Alsatian Simba.



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