Reena Rajan leads a busy life as a part-time businesswoman and full-time housewife, when a fish and a private detective arrive, unannounced, on her Delhi doorstep. Over many cups of tea Reena and her unlikely accomplice Harinmoy Banerjee grapple to find answers to big city problems, to discover their place in the changing mix of old India and modern India, and to uncover the fishy goings-on next door in Flat No. 69, Seaside View Apartments.
«Many slices of life fried to a perfect crisp! Abha Iyengar’s unmistakable eye for detail and the absurd makes for a quirky and layered novel. Many Fish to Fry is an intricate, well-paced and humorous look at marriages and lives around us.» ~ Nandita Bose, author of 'Tread Softly' and 'The Perfume of Promise'