Autumn and Kendra talk with Sujata Massey about her new book The Satapur Moonstone, which is out now from Soho Crime.
Sujata Massey is the author of fifteen novels and story collections, many of which are in audio and e-book as well as paper formats. Her Perveen Mistry series includes 2018’s The Widows of Malabar Hill, which won the Mary Higgins Clark award, the Agatha prize for Best Historical Fiction, and the Bruce Alexander Historical Fiction prize. Its follow-up, The Satapur Moonstone, is also set in 1920s India and was published in May 2019. Sujata's older books feature Rei Shimura, a Japanese-American amateur sleuth in modern Tokyo. Sujata lives with her family in Baltimore, Maryland, and is a frequent visitor to Mumbai and other parts of India. Find out more at sujatamassey.com
Music by Isaac Greene