Bombay Fever

Bombay Fever

‘How did she die? How did she die . . . like that? It has to be poison of some kind. No disease can possibly kill in this manner.’
Kanimozhi has a meltdown—she collapses, thick spurts of blood erupting from her mouth, ears and nose. Mumbai-based journalist Hormazd, who has borne witness to the horrifying episode, flees the scene, only to develop a persistent cough. Elsewhere, the young admin manager Amod’s body burns, while Altaf, a low-wage worker struggling to return to the Middle East, is found dead, his skin covered in a mosaic of rashes.
Within days, large swathes of Mumbai seem to be battling a toxic invader, an enemy without a name, a disease, with a long list of alarming symptoms, that is hastily named Bombay Fever.
Before it annihilates an entire city, three men of science, Sairanjan Rout, Aayush Vajpeyi, and Anil Bansal, must isolate the adversary. Will they succeed? Or will Bombay Fever claim them first? Find out in bestselling author Sidin Vadukut’s latest offering—a heart-stopping medical mystery. 
  • S&S India | 
  • 288 pages | 
  • ISBN 9788193355282 | 
  • August 2017
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About the Author

Sidin Vadukut

Sidin Vadukut was born in a small village near Irinjalakuda on 30 April. He spent the most part of his childhood in Abu Dhabi and came back to India to pursue his higher education. An engineer from Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, National Institute of Technology,Tiruchirappalli, he subsequently worked with the management consulting firm AT Kearney before writing Dork. Vadukut has written three books that comprise the Dork trilogy. The trilogy belong to the genre described as office humor.[1] The trilogy comprises DORK: The Incredible Adventures of Robin ‘Einstein' VargheseGod Save The Dork and Who Let The Dork Out? In 2014, Vadukut published his first non-fiction book The Sceptical Patriot: Exploring the Truths Behind the Zero and Other Indian Glories. The book explores some of the most popular facts about India and digs out the truth behind them.  Vadukut is an editor and columnist with the Mint newspaper and is currently the paper’s foreign correspondent in the United Kingdom.