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Son of Fate John Kiriamiti

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This novel is by the author of the celebrated My Life in Crime and is his first. The life of the ‘Son of Fate’ is a grim struggle for survival, after his release from prison. He tries his luck at farming, and odd jobs in the city, but everything fails, and he finds himself on the wrong side of the law again. But a glimmer of hope comes when he rescues a tycoon.

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