Miss Timmins' School for Girls, Nayana Currimbhoy
Nayana Currimbhoy

Miss Timmins' School for Girls

465 printed pages
“An irresistible novel that hurls forward at breathtaking speed toward an unpredictable climax.”—Thrity Umrigar, bestselling author of The Space Between Us 
“Beautifully written, atmospheric…contains entire worlds. I couldn’t put it down.”—Gary Shteyngart, bestselling author of Super Sad True Love Story and Absurdistan
Miss Timmins’ School for Girls is the truly dazzling debut of a major novelist, Nayana Currimbhoy. Set in India during the monsoon of 1974, it tells the story of a conventional young girl who leaves her cloistered small town home to teach at a remote boarding school run by British Missionaries. Part coming-of-age novel, part suspenseful murder mystery, Miss Timmins’ School for Girls is a brilliant evocation of a colorful time and place—India during the love, drug, and rock ’n’ roll era—complete with the sights, sounds, and music of the period seamlessly woven into the page-turning tale.
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