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KHAUFNAK IMARAT The Terrifying Building by Ibn e Safi is very thriller Urdu novel It is the first novel of Imran Series a best selling Urdu spy novels series created by Pakistani writer Ibn e Safi It was published in October 1955The story is about a terrifying building where a dead boy is found and th. It was interesting to read Agatha Christie s blurb uote on book cover I don t know Urdu but have knowledge of detective novela in the subcontinent There is only one original writer Ibn e Safi Reading the book gave me general feel of old penny dreadfuls only suave Lead character Imran is shrewd intelligent man One who spews Urdu couplets at drop of hat However he always projects himself as an bumbling idiot I thought this was bit too overdone But then that was the character USP and I am led to believe that this is why Imran series by Ibn e Safi has done world of business This book has two stories House of Fear and Shootout at Rocks First one i

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Es and this time also Imran with the help of his sharp mind and power of decision solve the case and disclose Sir Jahangir a well reputed and honored man as an agent of enemy Imran resolve the case of some foreign office’s very sensitive papers which were robbed by some criminal elements long time a. Be shocked be amused be outrageously stupid But be not bored Coz here is Ali Imran

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En a story full of suspense and laughs begins Suspense because of the cause of death and secret of the building and laughs because of Imran’s behavior which is very comicCaptain Fiaz Superintendent of Intelligence bureau starts to solve the case but he is always in need of Ali Imran to solve the cas. Just the beginning but nice very niceDetailed review on my blog hereIrrespecive of the title and what rating I give I love his work


10 thoughts on “خوفناک عمارت

  1. says:

    I was very young when I was introduced to Ibn e Safi's Imran SeriesThe pioneer of detective fictionin Urduhad launched a new characterAli ImranFor decadeshe was the most popular character in Urdu fictionOutwardly a buffoonhe was a formidable

  2. says:

    Two fun stories in the one book Written in the 1950s the hero is Ali Imran who plays the fool but is intelligent and part of the intelligence

  3. says:

    It was interesting to read Agatha Christie's blurb uote on book cover I don't know Urdu but have knowledge of detective novela in the subcontin

  4. says:

    Just the beginning but nice very niceDetailed review on my blog hereIrrespecive of the title and what rating I give I love his work

  5. says:

    I uite liked Ibn E Safi His stories are the kind that should be made into movies His protagonist Imran is portrayed as a strange funny man foolish mostly but someone who is highly sought after by people who know him to help them solve mysteries He is a member of the Intelligence division Hard to believe per the initial characterisationI love

  6. says:

    A story that started an entire genre This book marks the beginning of Ibne Safi's brilliance as the most well known Suspense writer of Pakistan Imran Series gives you everything Thrill Romance Comedy and definitely some extra ordinary not run of the mill in any way ActionI have spent countless nights reading the different books of the series and I am not even exaggerating Absolutely love these booksAnd I recommend them to anyone who enjoys

  7. says:

    Brilliant detective storytelling by one of the masters of subcontinent What a revealation And Imran as a character is so 3 d

  8. says:

    Be shocked be amused be outrageously stupid But be not bored Coz here is Ali Imran

  9. says:

    I have never particularly enjoyed mystery stories in a written medium I feel the genre is best represented in film But This wasn't a bad story The humour did make me laugh Though I must say I was expecting something memorable

  10. says:

    There are two stories in the book The House of Fear and Shootout at the Rocks; I enjoyed them both; and I think the translation from Urdu is well done The story and the setting is a refreshing change from so many mysteries; I looked forward to reading the book for that reason though it made me realize how ignorant I am of India and the cul

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