In March 1990, 13 works of art, then valued at over $300 million, were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts, by thieves who gained entry posing as police officers.
The robbery gained worldwide attention and speculation as rife as to who could have carried out this audacious heist.
Ravi is a journalist in Delhi who starts to investigate government complicity in the controversial demolition of a mosque.
Peggy is an American researcher who finds a mysterious antique in a Delhi museum – a possible Indian ‘Rosetta Stone’.
This book is about the harrowing, personal and first-hand experiences of the 1960-80s childcare system.