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How to Kidnap the Rich

How to Kidnap the Rich - Rahul Raina

How to Kidnap the Rich


An exhilarating and propulsive debut novel from an emerging talent--a fresh, bitingly hilarious, sweeping satire of modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy and Sex and Vanity and one of Publishers Weekly's Best Summer Reads

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.



The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


"A raucous novel, narrated in deadpan voice-over by Ramesh, a self-described 'lower lower middle class' 24-year-old scammer. . . . His perspective is a delight. . . . a tartly entertaining novel, a potential summer blockbuster." --New York Times Book Review

A fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


"A raucous novel, narrated in deadpan voice-over by Ramesh, a self-described 'lower lower middle class' 24-year-old scammer. . . . His perspective is a delight. . . . a tartly entertaining novel, a potential summer blockbuster." --New York Times Book Review

A fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.

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An exhilarating and propulsive debut novel from an emerging talent--a fresh, bitingly hilarious, sweeping satire of modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy and Sex and Vanity and one of Publishers Weekly's Best Summer Reads

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.



The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


The first great state-of-the-subcontinent novel of the 21st century (the Bookseller)--a fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


"A raucous novel, narrated in deadpan voice-over by Ramesh, a self-described 'lower lower middle class' 24-year-old scammer. . . . His perspective is a delight. . . . a tartly entertaining novel, a potential summer blockbuster." --New York Times Book Review

A fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.


"A raucous novel, narrated in deadpan voice-over by Ramesh, a self-described 'lower lower middle class' 24-year-old scammer. . . . His perspective is a delight. . . . a tartly entertaining novel, a potential summer blockbuster." --New York Times Book Review

A fresh look at modern-day India hailed as a monstrously funny and unpredictable wild ride by Kevin Kwan, New York Times bestselling author of the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy

The first kidnapping wasn't my fault. The others--those were definitely me.

Brilliant yet poor, Ramesh Kumar grew up working at his father's tea stall in the Old City of Delhi. Now, he makes a lucrative living taking tests for the sons of India's elite--a situation that becomes complicated when one of his clients, the sweet but hapless eighteen-year-old Rudi Saxena, places first in the All Indias, the national university entrance exams, thanks to him.

Ramesh sees an opportunity--perhaps even an obligation--to cash in on Rudi's newfound celebrity, not knowing that Rudi's role on a game show will lead to unexpected love, followed by wild trouble when both young men are kidnapped.

But Ramesh outwits the criminals who've abducted them, turning the tables and becoming a kidnapper himself. As he leads Rudi through a maze of crimes both large and small, their dizzying journey reveals an India in all its complexity, beauty, and squalor, moving from the bottom rungs to the circles inhabited by the ultra-rich and everywhere in between.

A caper, social satire, and love story rolled into one, How to Kidnap the Rich is a wild ride told by a mesmerizing new talent with an electric voice.

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