A whistleblower nervously drops in to share his suspicion about a senior colleague’s involvement in espionage with Jeevnathan, head of the security division of. Amar Bhushan, author of Escape to Nowhere, headed CI&S and was largely After Rabinder Singh’s flight, Amar Bhushan got a lot of flak. Amar Bhushan’s Escape to Nowhere is the first work of fiction to be penned by an Indian intelligence officer. The gripping, thinly disguised.
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An excellent account of what lead to the escape. There are better ways to write a good expose.
Law and Other Things. Escape to Nowhere by Amar Bhushan.
It also gives idea about how the international intelligence agency’s work and how the ‘sources’ are formed. Oct 18, Arjit rated it it was ok. The views reflected in this blog are my personal views and are in no way connected to my profession or my employer. There are no discussion topics on this book ecape. Mar 23, Aruna Kumar Tto rated it liked it Shelves: Lists with This Book.
The book is boring!
Please enter your comment! It demands enormous investments and painstaking efforts over a long period of time. I was told that I would have to ignore the writing style.
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Sahaybut not for Jeev Amar Bhushanthough Jeev comes across as a very honest man. Napolean Pariath rated it really liked it Aug 20, The investigation subsequently throws up a huge amount of evidence, showing the suspect stealing sensitive data. At that time, C. Damn you, online shopping.
Account Options Sign in. In the end, there is really no indication as to the nature of the sensitivity of the documents that Ravi Mohan had transferred to the foreign agent. I revisited the book some weeks ago, as it is one of the few ‘insider’ accounts of an intelligence agency that This review is part of my resolve to write consistently about debut Indian authors and their debut books.
And trying to figure out whom he meets and what he talks to them. Raman takes a much more charitable view of Bhushan than I do. It is a babu versus field operative conflict in all its Indian richness. Books by Amar Bhushan. I revisited the book some weeks ago, as it is one of the few ‘insider’ accounts of an intelligence agency that must remain ever so discreet that it might evoke gross circumspection at times.
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Since the author himself is one of the escpae in the story, it gives an insider view of the Intelligence establishment of our country. Though author doesn’t name anyone it’s easy to map the characters of the book to their real life identity. Deepti rated it liked it Jul 31, I have read B. Rather, they are normal government employees and behave just like every other employee of the Central government. What this story tells you is how an intelligence agency works.
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To ask other readers nowhege about Escape to Nowhereplease sign up. Perhaps, real life spy craft is just drab, unexciting and repetitive like this rather than the dashing adventure of blondes, brunettes and redheads that one sees in the Bond movies.
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